The European Commission welcomes today’s strong endorsement by the European Parliament of three key proposals of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package (presented by the European Commission on 30 November 2016).
May 2018 compared with April 2018.
An important step towards completing the Energy Union: through diversification of sources and competition, EU citizens will get a wider range of choices and stronger energy security.
Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete and Energy Ministers and representatives from 9 EU Member States and 8 Energy Community Contracting Parties participated in the fifth CESEC High Level Group Ministerial in Sofia on 29 June, and discussed the next steps of their enhanced regional cooperation in all energy-related matters.
The European Commission launched the Citizens’ Energy Forum in 2008 as a dedicated platform to implement and enforce consumer rights in the energy market across the European Union. As such, the Forum serves to structure the debate and channel consumers’, regulators’ and industry’s views on the energy market and its future, directly feeding into the work of the Commission at in the energy and consumer policy areas.
This timely international symposium organised in the light the Year of Multimodality will provide an opportunity to look into the first stages of the Mobility package implementation. The delegates will exchange views on the clean transportation possibilities, alternative fuels, and benefits of decreasing space for cars, and share best practice of successful models and projects implemented in other member states.