The conference will discuss the latest developments in the renewable energy sector in Turkey and the countries in Central Asia, Caucasus and the Western Balkans and will engage with the public and private sectors to brainstorm strategies to improve project financing conditions, regulations, support schemes, the integration of renewables in electricity systems, the development of new technologies, and the investment environment.
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether Hungary’s plans to grant €108 million of public support to Samsung SDI for investing in the expansion of its battery cell production facility in Göd (Hungary) is in line with EU rules on regional State aid.
Following the Celsius Summit tradition, this free two-day conference will bring together politicians, industry representatives and research institutions from across Europe to connect and exchange ideas on how urban thermal energy systems are developing and how these integrated heating and cooling solutions of the future will allow smart cities to satisfy the energy needs of its citizens and businesses in a sustainable way.
Zinc is abundant, economical, safe, recyclable and above all full of energy! Zinc has a major role to play in the future of batteries as new technologies are continuously emerging all over the world. R-Zinc offers you the opportunity to discover the latest developments and applications from the energy sector during the first meeting entirely dedicated to rechargeable zinc battery technologies and markets in the capital of Europe.
The EIB will co-finance the construction of a 182 km-long cross-border bidirectional pipeline interconnecting the natural gas systems of Bulgaria and Greece, a Project of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union.
Brussels, 8-9 October 2019.
The summary of the hearing is now available.
This workshop will be focused on the role of high efficient district heating networks (DHN) as it will facilitate the exchange of emerging expertise and knowledge on their deployment and modernisation, taking the example of existing and prospective initiatives, like the HeatNet NWE project. Experienced representatives of local authorities, energy agencies and global companies will be given the floor to share tools and examples of innovative solutions which enable increased energy efficiency, the integration of renewable and waste energy sources as well as the use of energy storage options. This leads to enhanced overall resource efficiency, the creation of local jobs, the decarbonisation of the local energy system and better air quality.
Today’s signature of an amendment to the Administrative Arrangement concluded between the Secretariat and the European Union Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER, in 2016 marks the starting point for further enhanced cooperation between the two institutions.
The Third Annual Belt Road Initiative Seminar and Training Program concluded in Beijing on September 26, 2019, with the Energy Charter Secretariat once again contributing to the proceedings of this international gathering.
Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency project SEFIPA ended with impressive results. It supported real estate funds with a total volume of EUR 6.7 billion to apply sustainability criteria for their buildings portfolio.
EIT InnoEnergy students’ Integrated Project of the Year (IPoY) demonstrate how decentralised renewables can successfully be used to electrify remote areas – and have far-reaching implications to make an impact around the globe!
Estonia is on the brink of a major energy transition that will involve a substantial change in the role of domestically produced oil shale in its energy mix, the International Energy Agency said today in its in-depth review of the country’s energy policies.