In a market confronted to the new disruptive cross-industry players, the Summit’s fine-tuned content offering includes different tracks and themes, bringing together C-level experts and innovative thinkers within the utility industry, offering the right platform to brainstorm and strategise about the industry’s challenges ahead.
The first “Energy & Environment Clustering Event”, hosted by Durham Energy Institute at Durham University and facilitated by the EUA Energy & Environment Platform, will focus on the need for new skills and knowledge for the energy and climate transition. It will also highlight the crucial mindset change needed to increase efficiency in the use of raw materials and reduce harmful emissions. The concept of the circular economy and the important role of consumers will be addressed.
The European Commission today imposed countervailing duties of 8% to 18% on imports of subsidised biodiesel from Indonesia.
SDEC 2019 will offer a packed agenda with up to six workshops and eight session. In total we expect to have around 50 speakers and tutors taking part in our event. Everyone interested in district energy should be able to find a interesting option at this event.
The Conference is jointly organized by the Petrochemistry Division of DGMK, the Division of Industrial Chemistry of the Società Chimica Italiana (SCI) and ÖGEW Österreichische Gesellschaft für Erdölwissenschaften.
This congress has the objective to join academics, researchers and companies in an international forum to discuss matters related to bioenergy technologies, economic and policy aspects. We believe that we must rethink, personally, institutionally and corporately, the management that we make of the waste we generate and the energy that we have available.
Governments around the world are setting increasingly ambitious climate targets while at the same time pursuing challenging national policy goals such as affordable and sustainable energy for all. In many cases, achieving these goals will require technologies that either do not yet exist, or are not yet ready for market, meaning innovation will be critical. Technology innovation can be a game changer across all sectors, including power generation, industry, buildings and transport.
In 2020 RECS International will be organizing the 10th edition of the yearly REC Market Meeting. The conference will take place at the Okura Hotel Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 31 March and 1 April 2020.
Over the past 10 years the REC Market Meeting has grown from a small event to a leading conference for actors in renewable energy markets around the globe. In March 2019 the conference was attended by over 400 delegates from 24 countries around the world and we expect this number to increase further in 2020.
The key objective of the conference is to present sustainable business models and best practice examples of public and private cooperation, investment, research and business cooperation, as well as demonstrating the deployment of sustainable and circular bio-based solutions. The conference will focus on investment and financing opportunities for circular bioeconomy, including best practice examples of business-research cooperation.
This article provides an overview of the energy economy in the European Union (EU) in 2017, based on annual data from each Member State. Trends are shown for the main energy commodities for primary energy production, imports and exports, gross inland consumption and final energy consumption.
This workshop aims to critically present the advantages and indispensability of advanced biofuels and CO2-based fuels not only for the European economy but also for the environment and for the climate.
The Business Booster is the world’s leading event in sustainable energy innovation. You will hear from expert speakers, witness live panel debates, join in interactive sessions – and discover over 150 cutting edge sustainable energy technologies.
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The two day event will bring together senior executives and experts from the full value chain to provide a forum for all parties active in the field of anaerobic degradation of organic matter and renewable energy production in the form of biogas. Power producers, technology providers, agricultural sector, food and beverage industry, waste industry and leading technology and solution providers are all impacted by the development of Biogas.