Join ENABLE.EU to understand how behaviours and practices shape the energy transition. As the European Union embraces a citizen-oriented energy transition, ENABLE.EU has researched how individuals make energy choices in 11 European countries.
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.
‘Investing in European networks. The Connecting Europe Facility – Five years in supporting European infrastructure’ presents the key features of the programme, its achievements over the past 5 years and gives a brief outlook on the challenges up to 2020.
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 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.
In terms of energy policy, Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU will focus on the implementation of legislation. The Presidency will also have an opportunity to lay down long-term policies especially on climate issues.
This digital publication presents information about the energy sector in a user-friendly way and features short texts, dynamic infographics, maps, animations, graphs and photos. More experienced users can use the Sankey diagrams for additional information.
With the ambitious EU decarbonisation targets to 2050 arise many questions about the future of gas. The importance of renewable gases such as bio-methane, hydrogen, and synthetic gas is expected to grow in the future. In light of this, CERRE will present the results and policy recommendations of its new report ‘Future markets for renewable gases & hydrogen: What would be the optimal regulatory provisions?’
The European Commission’s latest reports on gas and electricity markets, which cover the first quarter of 2019, have just been published, containing a wide range of data about supply and usage of electricity and gas in the EU.