Energy Post will organize a debate in Brussels on 20 March focusing in particular on the proposals for the wholesale market. The debate will focus in particular on how capacity markets should be designed (if we need them at all) and how the increasing amounts of renewable energy should be regulated and integrated into the single EU electricity market.
17 projects are harnessing ICT’s potential to save energy and trigger more energy efficient behaviour in buildings. They aim at demonstrating energy savings without compromising the occupants’ comfort as well as making energy usage data accessible to consumers and third parties.
An EU-funded project has developed a probabilistic approach to providing a reliable and affordable electricity supply to European consumers. It uses innovative methods to address the challenges of an increasingly interconnected, flexible and renewables-dominated system.
In January 2018 compared with December 2017, seasonally adjusted industrial production fell by 1.0% in the euro area (EA19) and by 0.7% in the EU28, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. In December 2017, industrial production rose by 0.4% in the euro area and by 0.3% in the EU28.
Social fairness and civil society participation must be at the heart of energy talks at all levels, from local to European. The first of the two “EESC Energy Days” organised in Brussels on 7 March 2018 discussed the state of play and future developments in EU energy policy.
The Energy Management Institute, with the support of the Bulgarian Ministry of Energy, is organizing a one-day conference entitled “The role of non-governmental organizations for improving the energy policy and the legal basis in the field of energy – challenges in South East Europe”.