The International Energy Agency on Tuesday held the 20th meeting of the IEA Energy Business Council, the overarching body through which the IEA interacts with the private sector.
GUE/NGL, the left group in the European Parliament, is launching its Climate Emergency Manifesto.
Ireland has successfully advanced the transformation of its energy sector, led primarily by the power sector. In 2017, about a quarter of the country’s total power generation came from wind power, the third highest share among all 30 IEA member countries, according to the latest review of Ireland’s energy policies by the International Energy Agency.
These new provisions will make the buildings of the future greener and more comfortable, making them consume less energy. Buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the EU.
Biomass is a renewable alternative to fossil fuels, but as a recently published JRC report has demonstrated, finding an equilibrium between the benefits and the possible negative impacts the increased use of biomass might have on the environment, is vital.
The conference “Readying for TW Era” organized by the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics (ETIP PV) will take place on 28&29 May 2019 at the BIP House (Rue Royale 2-4) in Brussels, Belgium.
EASME organises a webinar for potential applicants on the finance topics in the Energy Efficiency Call 2019. The webinar covers the topics on Integrated home renovation services, Innovative financing, Mainstreaming energy efficiency finance and Project development assistance.
Given the horizontal nature of the 2030 Agenda, its implementation requires a cross-policy approach by the EU and its member states. Earlier this year, the Commission published a reflection paper “Towards an ever more sustainable Union by 2030,” to which the conclusions are a response.
The International Energy Agency and Thailand’s Ministry of Energy co-hosted the third Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies Training Week for Southeast Asia this week, with more than 170 energy efficiency professionals attended from government institutions, industry, academia and supporting organisations across the region. The four-day event supported Thailand’s chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) this year, which set energy efficiency in the region as one of its priorities.
The second High-level meeting of the renewables section of the EU Clean Energy Industrial Forum took place in Brussels on 18th March at the European Commission headquarters building, the Berlaymont. Opened by Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, it was attended by a group of 22 CEOs, industry leaders, and representatives from international organisations.
The EU4Energy Governance project has launched support to Georgian authorities in developing secondary legislation needed for the implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Law soon to be adopted in Georgia.