GUE/NGL, the left group in the European Parliament, is launching its Climate Emergency Manifesto.
Agenda items concern energy, digital and food & drink policy.
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.
In the last years, flexibility has indeed been one of the most discussed topics related to EU energy systems: its complexity has however allowed simplistic views to flourish at the expense of some necessary measures crucial to ensure a successful transition to a digitalised and a flexible energy system with active customers at its centre.
More than 150 attendees, speakers and panelists at E.DSO’s event had the opportunity today to discuss what is, according to them and based on research and evidence, the underlying “Truth about Flexibility”.
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 E-Mobility revolution is undeniable. The International Energy Agency expects the number of electric cars on the road to increase from 2 million in 2016 to 70 million in 2025. Which impact will this have on Ecodesign, the Circular Economy, Recycling and Raw Materials Supply? At EMCE 2019, the industry will present its latest services, technologies and future designs in the field of E-Mobility, Power Distribution and Energy Storage. Meet all the industry’s stakeholders in a spacious Exhibition parallel to the Conference and experience Demo Rides with participants and media on Tokyo’s roads.
Co-funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme, the Digi-Label project has developed a special tool – PocketWatt – to compare both the energy efficiency and running cost of different products directly on your smartphone or tablet.