The authorisation notice has been published in the Official Journal.
In view of first exchanges of views on the Commission’s 2050 long term strategy vision for greenhouse gas emission reduction, Orgalime, Europe’s Technology Industries, outlines its key messages for turning challenges into opportunities for all.
While global coal demand looks set to rise for the second year in a row in 2018, it is forecast to remain stable over the next five years, as declines in Europe and North America are offset by strong growth in India and Southeast Asia, according to the International Energy Agency’s latest coal market report, Coal 2018.
The share of renewable energy sources in the European Union’s (EU) energy use has doubled since 2005 but this growth has been slowing down in recent years, especially due to increasing energy consumption and lack of progress in the transport sector. The European Environment Agency’s (EEA) new report shows that EU Member States need to step up their efforts to reach the 2020 target on renewable energy.
INEA has received 72 project proposals by the deadline of the Low-Carbon Energy call on 11 December 2018. The total available budget is €125 million. According to estimates, up to fourteen projects may be funded through these funds (indicative).