After stalling last year, global capacity additions of renewable power are set to bounce back with double-digit growth in 2019, driven by solar PV’s strong performance, according to the International Energy Agency.
A workshop on cybersecurity in the energy sector was hosted by the Secretariat on 17 September 2019 in Vienna. The workshop, which brought together more than forty participants from the ministries, regulatory bodies and operators of critical electricity and gas infrastructures across the Energy Community, was dedicated to presenting the preliminary results of a study on cybersecurity.
“We have just concluded the third round of trilateral talks at political level on the long-term transit of Russian gas via Ukraine to Europe as of next year.”
- Exploring fuel poverty across the four nations of the UK
- Funding and delivering energy efficient homes
- Protecting and engaging vulnerable consumers in utility markets
- Equity for all in the transition to a low carbon economy
- Exploring the lived experience of fuel poverty
- Warm and healthy homes
Today, on the initiative of the Greens/EFA and other groups, the European Parliament debated the on-going fires in the Amazon rainforest. Heidi Hautala MEP and Greens/EFA spokesperson on trade comments.
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The EU is investing more than €46 million from the European Regional Development Fund to modernise and extend the electricity substation of Kočín, southern Bohemia, one of the most important nodes in the Czech transmission system.
The International Energy Agency released its latest in-depth review of US energy policies on Friday, welcoming US leadership on innovation and highlighting the far-reaching impact of the country’s shale revolution.
The EBRD is pledging fresh funds to support Kazakhstan’s drive as a regional leader to promote renewable energy, with the help of a second phase of the Bank’s Kazakhstan Renewables Framework of up to €300 million.