- Exploring fuel poverty across the four nations of the UK
- Funding and delivering energy efficient homes
- Protecting and engaging vulnerable consumers in utility markets
- Equity for all in the transition to a low carbon economy
- Exploring the lived experience of fuel poverty
- Warm and healthy homes
This in-depth study “Future markets for renewable gases and hydrogen: What would be the optimal regulatory provisions?” explores the economic outlook for renewable gases and hydrogen and makes proposals for an optimal regulatory framework to help unfold their potential in light of Europe’s decarbonisation objectives.
Includes a speech by VP Šefčovič.
The European Commission today adopted a Communication reaffirming the EU’s commitment to accelerated climate ambition. Preparing for the Climate Action Summit by the United Nations Secretary General in New York on 23 September, the Commission recalls that the European Union has been at the forefront of global climate action, negotiating an inclusive international framework to respond to this challenge, while acting domestically with unity, speed and decisiveness.
In terms of EU energy policy, the survey shows public acknowledgement for its role in shifting from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources to combat climate change, decreasing energy consumption across the EU and facilitating more competitive prices for consumers.
AREA, the Association of European refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump contractors, has the pleasure to invite you to the launch of our “Vision 2025”.
The cooling sector is vital for modern life: it is necessary to preserve the quality of our food and medicines, it provides indoor air comfort and is necessary to maintain data-centres running and industrial processes. The industry is evolving quickly and faces a series of challenges with rapid digitalisation, need for qualified personnel and climate change adaptation.
A summary of the exchange of views on the State of the Energy Union and the state of play as regards the National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) for 2021-2030 is now available.
This article looks at monthly cumulated data on natural gas in the European Union (EU) for 2017 and 2018, as well as trends between these two years. It covers all aspects of the supply side – primary production, imports (entries) and exports (exits), stock changes, gross inland consumption – as well as natural gas energy dependency data by Member State and for the European aggregates EU and euro area.
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.
New York, 16 July 2019
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.
G-STIC 2019 will lay the foundations of a comprehensive approach to identifying and discussing integrated technological solutions that can significantly impact the achievements of the SDGs. It will also test this approach on a number of concrete integrated technological solutions.
CERRE researchers have analysed electricity markets involving different degrees of consumer engagement. It looks at emerging regulatory challenges stemming from the need to encourage changes in consumers’ behaviour so that they can take full advantage of the opportunities offered by new technological and market access opportunities.
Join key actors from the sector, including representatives of firms active in the generation, transmission and distribution of energy, tech companies, regulatory authorities, policy-makers and academic experts, for an afternoon of exciting discussions!
On 29 July, the EU4Energy Governance project published a policy brief on the urgent need for electricity market reform in Moldova. It also issues key recommendations on the next steps to be taken in the reform process.
Join ENABLE.EU to understand how behaviours and practices shape the energy transition. As the European Union embraces a citizen-oriented energy transition, ENABLE.EU has researched how individuals make energy choices in 11 European countries.