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.
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.
As the UK’s energy generation and distribution market accelerates, attention is steered towards balancing generation, supply, and demand and creating necessary storage facilities. The integration of cross-sector and collaborative projects becomes crucial for a sustainable energy future but what are the next steps?
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.
Our Expert Forum on Sustainable Materials for Future Mobility. Electrification & Lightweight Design will take place on 7-9 October 2019 in Turin, Italy. The goal of the event is to trigger cross-value chain interaction and strategic alliances among European stakeholders that drive innovation in these sectors.
Join this high-level EURACTIV Forum to understand what action is required to achieve a carbon-neutral mobility sector and to reach the EU’s 2030 and 2050 targets. Is there a single solution or do we need to look at a mix of solutions such as: deployment of low-emission alternative energy for transport; electrification of transport; hybrid vehicles; battery technology; new lightweight materials; digital and connected vehicles technologies; interoperable infrastructure; data analysis?
E-Waste World Conference & Expo is a two-day international conference and exhibition dedicated to discussing the latest recycling technology, materials recovery solutions, green electronics, sustainable materials, non-toxic substitutes, and end-of-life strategies, as well as regulatory and business models to help reduce the environmental impact of all forms of consumer and industrial E-Waste.
In the automobile industry, the development and manufacture of increasingly complex technological components — catalytic converters, LEDs, electric motors, batteries — requires increasingly complex and diverse raw materials with specific qualities.
The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET) and TNO invite you to the ETIP SNET Central & Northern Regions’ Workshop, to be held on September 19-20 in Petten, the Netherlands.
The Workshop will provide a unique opportunity to learn from the Central & Northern Regions’ national Research & Innovation (R&I) projects and the chance to contribute to the identification of R&I gaps, challenges and priorities at Central Region and EU levels.
This conference brings together high-level policy makers from Europe, USA, China, Japan and Korea, as well as representatives from the automotive industry, battery manufacturers, material providers, and world-renowned scientists from academia.
The event is timed to welcome the new European Parliament and Commission and discuss with key stakeholders from industry and politics what’s needed to keep up the new solar momentum in Europe.
In its yearly opinion on the State of the Energy Union, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) takes stock of the progress made so far and calls on the European Commission to focus more on social aspects.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) backs the EU action plan on batteries put together by the European Commission but points out that it needs to be stepped up and implemented swiftly.
The 5th edition of Eurogas Central and Eastern European Conference (CEEC), organised with the kind support of Latvijas Gāze and Conexus Baltic Grid, will address the issue of “The Baltic Region: Setting the pace for gas market integration”, with a particular focus on the functioning of the regional gas market, as well as the potential of LNG and the value of storage.
The updated Horizon 2020 Work Programme provides €47 million to kick-start the large-scale research initiative on future battery technologies previously announced in the Commission Strategic Action Plan for Batteries.