On 2-4 July, the Energy Community Secretariat held a series of meetings focused on regional day-ahead market coupling, cross-border balancing and coordinated capacity. The WB6 stakeholders continued activities to put in place the necessary legal, institutional and technical prerequisites to advance the creation of a regional electricity market in the Western Balkans.
On 25 and 26 June, selected companies funded by the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot had the opportunity to present their vision for the future and cutting-edge innovations in the field of renewable energy at the Enel Innovation Hub&Lab in Catania.
On 10-11 July, the European Commission will organise a high-level stakeholder consultation event on the EU’s long-term strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and building a prosperous, modern, clean and competitive economy.
The “ManagEnergy Talk”, one of the sessions of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW 2018), explored innovative, ambitious and transformative actions led by local actors, with the goal to inspire many others to be the driving force behind the energy transition.
5 days, 64 sessions, 2,540 on-site participants, 40 organisations hosting their own stands and 420 Energy Days taking place in 28 countries. The 13th edition of the EU Sustainable Energy Week has been a real success also thanks to the active participation of many EU-funded projects managed by EASME.
The EBRD Board of Directors has approved an up to €500 million loan today for the construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), a priority project of the European Union (EU) and the Energy Community.
The production of heat accounts for around one half of energy demand around the globe – the largest of all energy end uses. Heat demand is also significant in some of the hottest countries such as India where despite the climate it is still necessary for cooking, hot water and industry.
The Mission Innovation Champions, a new recognition programme to celebrate and support innovative individuals who are accelerating the clean energy revolution is open for application until 10 September 2018.
On 3 July, the Energy Community Secretariat initiated an ex officio preliminary dispute settlement procedure against Serbia for breaching the unbundling and certification rules of the Third Energy Package in the gas sector. In its Opening Letter, the Secretariat takes the view that by certifying Yugorosgaz-Transport under the independent system operator (ISO) model without fulfilling the corresponding obligations regarding unbundling, Serbia fails to comply with its obligations under the Energy Community Treaty.
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