Further information on the proposed restriction by ECHA concerning five cobalt salts.
A JRC Science for Policy Report.
Hydrogen is an essential element in the energy transition and can account for 24% of final energy demand and 5.4m jobs by 2050, says the new study by the FCH JU, “Hydrogen Roadmap Europe: A sustainable pathway for the European Energy Transition“. Developed with input from 17 leading European industrial actors, the study lays out a pathway for the large-scale deployment of hydrogen and fuel cells until 2050 and quantifies the associated socio-economic impacts.
In an electricity world that sees variable renewables at the centre stage, market players and policy makers cannot overlook the need for flexibility, a game where storage technologies are expected to play a key role.
Update – registrations for the above event are now open.
Eurelectric’s Power Summit is the top forum of the EU power ecosystem. Get inspired and meet those who dare, think and lead the transformation of Europe’s energy landscape.
The cooperative from Biscay will develop new technologies to drive the implementation of hybrid and electric vehicles and apply more efficient and environmentally friendly production processes. The project includes investments that will help the company to expand the production capacity of its plants in Spain and other EU countries.
The European Commission has found Poland’s €36 million investment aid to chemical company LG Chem for a new electric vehicle batteries plant in the Dolnoślaskie region to be in line with EU State aid rules. The aid will contribute to the region’s development whilst preserving competition.
The Building a Low-Carbon, Climate Resilient Future: Next-Generation Batteries call for proposals is open for applications as of today and until 25 April 2019.