‘Hydrogen technologies and systems’ was selected as a key strategic value chain for EU industrial policy. This conference will help identify the areas that are ready to accelerate the EU-wide rollout of available technologies in all related sectors.
All-too-often it takes global disasters or looming events to bring countries together for a common cause. Climate change is perhaps the biggest ‘event’ of this kind, an existential threat driving international research cooperation in a new sustainable solution called solar-thermal electricity (STE). But it takes leadership to forge such a grand alliance of scientists, engineers, technicians and companies prepared to back progress in this field. Europe stood up when it was needed.
The Sixth Annual EPRI-IEA Challenges in Electricity Decarbonisation Expert Workshopwill focus on the growing number of mid-century electric sector emissions targets announced by governments and electric utilities throughout the world, near- and long-term strategies to achieve those targets, and potential challenges likely to be encountered along the way.
The Decision establishes that the Regional Booking Platform (‘RBP’), operated by FGSZ Ltd (Földgázszállító Zrt.) will offer the platform services on the German-Polish border. RBP will offer the services until the concerned transmission system operators come to an agreement on the permanent use of a booking platform and for a maximum of three years.
At this largest event of the cogeneration sector in Europe, the latest trends from the energy world will be discussed with industry representatives, policymakers and other key stakeholders. Focus will be placed on the role that cogeneration can play in achieving Europe’s climate and energy goals.
Founded in 2015, Autonomy & The Urban Mobility Summit annually brings together 8,000 visitors from all over the world to Paris to discuss mobility challenges and solutions.
Its goal is to support the transition to an intelligent and sustainable mobility by creating bridges between innovative companies that create mobility solutions adapted to contemporary challenges, and institutional and private decision-makers who are able to adopt and implement these solutions.
In the morning, the conference will explore how the EU budget can be used to address the climate emergency and respond to public concerns following scientists’ demands for climate action – most recently expressed in the ‘green wave’ at the EU elections.
In the afternoon, a capacity building workshop will build on the morning conference and bring together civil society organisations from different countries to gather feedback and recommendations on the topic.
The utility-driven, case-study led conference programme also includes a technology-innovation panel, a series of end-user driven round table discussions, a live demo lab of the latest vendor tools, an exhibition area displaying state of the art DER and flexibility technologies, an extended blockchain tutorial and a networking evening reception open to all participants.
EGATEC 2019 intends to present and discuss technology-focused options covering the role of gas in the future European energy mix. This topic is high-profile in The Netherlands, where Slochteren gas will be phased out within 10 years. The venue is on top of the Slochteren Gasfield and close to innovative developments in the Dutch Gas Sector.
The Commission decided to reinvest unspent funds from the NER300 programme to support low-carbon innovation projects under InnovFin Energy Demo Projects (EDP), an EU financial instrument managed by the European Investment Bank. The first three projects are now benefiting from support of some €73 million.
The EBRD together with its partners is supporting a pioneering energy project in Jordan with a financial package of up to US$ 35 million. The project will enable the telecoms operator Orange Jordan to cover part of its demand with clean energy generated in solar plants.
The European Commission has found Croatian plans to support the construction and operation of a liquid natural gas (LNG) terminal at Krk island to be in line with EU State aid rules. The project will contribute to the security and diversification of energy supplies without unduly distorting competition.
In 2020 RECS International will be organizing the 10th edition of the yearly REC Market Meeting. The conference will take place at the Okura Hotel Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 31 March and 1 April 2020.
Over the past 10 years the REC Market Meeting has grown from a small event to a leading conference for actors in renewable energy markets around the globe. In March 2019 the conference was attended by over 400 delegates from 24 countries around the world and we expect this number to increase further in 2020.
The 6th edition of the Solar Forum, the key event of the Spanish solar industry organized by Spanish Photovoltaic Union (UNEF), will be held later this year, on October 22nd and 23rd in Madrid. This year’s theme will be “PV as the main element of the energy model”. Registration is open.
This year the event will see the participation of renowned national and international industry experts, who will discuss key topics such as the current international framework of PV development, the strategies that PV companies should adopt to be competitive in the reactivated Spanish market, the new framework of opportunities opened by the Spanish National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP), the growing popularity of PPAs and the most interesting niches for self-consumption.
RE-Source 2019 will be Europe’s leading corporate energy procurement event.
With more markets opening up to the corporate renewable sourcing opportunity, RE-Source 2019 is the perfect platform to network, learn and do business with key players from both the buyer and supplier side.
The WindEurope Offshore conference is the leading-edge, international conference for the offshore wind industry. Get advanced learning, hear about important industry trends and network with your peers, potential clients and collaborators.