Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič will be in Luxembourg on 12 March for the second Energy Union Tour. He will visit the Chamber of Deputies meeting the President of Parliament Mars Di Bartolomeo and members of the parliamentary committees for foreign and European affairs, the environment, and economic affairs. Their discussions will be focused on Luxembourg’s national energy and climate plans, its role in regional energy cooperation, and its progress towards its energy efficiency and renewable energy targets for 2020.
The Energy Management Institute, with the support of the Bulgarian Ministry of Energy, is organizing a one-day conference entitled “The role of non-governmental organizations for improving the energy policy and the legal basis in the field of energy – challenges in South East Europe”.
European Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič will visit Luxembourg on 12 March as part of the Energy Union tour. The Energy Union is the EU’s strategy to ensure that European citizens have access to secure, affordable and clean energy.
Today, the Commission adopted the 2018 Annual Work Programme defining reform support measures that will be funded through the Structural Reform Support Programme (SRSP). In 2018, the SRSP will provide technical support to 24 Member States to carry out more than 140 projects. This comes in addition to more than 150 projects selected in 2017.
The Power of Heat Conference is the largest annual event for the cogeneration sector in Europe. It is organised by COGEN Europe in Brussels. The conference will focus on how cogeneration can play an important role in delivering energy savings, reducing CO2 emissions, creating jobs, boosting the competitiveness of European industry and facilitating the uptake of more intermittent renewables.