An online consultation will allow the event community to indicate their preferences for the sessions proposed, from 16 to 27 April.
Today, the Secretariat launched a public consultation to gather views on the selection of priority infrastructure projects in line with EU Regulation 347/2013 on guidelines for trans-European energy infrastructure, as adapted for the Energy Community. The projects, in the areas of electricity, gas or oil, have been submitted in an open call by project promoters as potential priority infrastructure projects in line with the TEN-E Regulation.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) with the support of a number of experts has compiled a document titled “EU Harmonised Polarisation Curve Test Method for Low Temperature Water Electrolysis.” Comments can be given before the end of April 2018.
The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) is drafting an Opinion on the rules for the internal market in natural gas based on a legislative proposal by the European Commission, which can be found here.
Since the end of October 2017 the Agency is competent to decide on the proposal for cross-zonal gate opening and gate closure times for intraday coupling developed by all Transmission System Operators (TSOs), in accordance with Article 59(1) of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 establishing a guideline on capacity allocation and congestion management (CACM Regulation).
This public consultation will ultimately inform the evaluation and impact assessment prepared by the Commission, which will be used to assess whether or not to propose a revised Regulation on tyre labelling.
The public consultation on the EU’s Trans-European Networks – Energy (TEN-E) Regulation will close on 4 September. It invites anyone with an interest in the TEN-E strategy, the EU’s plan to help national governments and companies to build energy infrastructure that extends across the borders of EU countries, to give their views. The consultation includes questions on the impact of the strategy on energy prices and uptake of renewables, as well as on the progress of Projects of Common Interest (PCIs).
“The public consultation on projects in the area of cross-border carbon dioxide transport infrastructure that have been submitted as candidate Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) will close on 15 August.”