This Forum will focus on four themes: air quality and health; air quality and energy; air quality and agriculture; and clean air funding mechanisms. It will bring together decision-makers, stakeholders and experts on the above topics in a two-day conference to reflect on the development and implementation of effective European, national and local air policies, projects and programmes.
This article provides an overview of the development of the industrial turnover indicator in the European Union (EU), the euro area and the EU Member states over recent years and describes how it is compiled. The index of industrial turnover is a business cycle indicator which measures the monthly development of turnover in the European industry.
Update: the background brief has been made available.
The IEA is holding its first ever Training Week on energy efficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa this week. The training, which is running from 14 to 17 October in Pretoria, South Africa, has brought together 150 policy makers from 33 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, and aims to equip them with knowledge and skills to deliver effective energy efficiency initiatives in their respective countries.
Join on 05 November in London for “Energy Storage in Emerging Markets: The Next Frontier”, a forum co-hosted by the United Kingdom Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Climate Investment Funds for experts, practitioners, and thought leaders to coalesce around big ideas and bold action for energy storage systems.
A strong focus on sustainable solutions and simpler rules: these were the two recurrent themes shared by more than 8000 respondents who collectively completed two surveys on Horizon Europe. These surveys followed an innovative co-design approach.
On 9 October the COSME-funded Reconfirm initiative hosted a session at the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels. The workshop presented two bottom-up initiatives that help regional industries and SMEs become more innovative, with concrete tools and examples of successful cooperation.
A total of 1,852 applications were received following the first ‘cut-off’ of the EIC Accelerator programme yesterday, requesting a record of more than €5.2bn of financial support.
This article provides a general overview of the (industrial) producer price index (PPI), sometimes also called output price index, as it is calculated and used at the level of the European Union (EU) and its Member States.
Zinc is abundant, economical, safe, recyclable and above all full of energy! Zinc has a major role to play in the future of batteries as new technologies are continuously emerging all over the world. R-Zinc offers you the opportunity to discover the latest developments and applications from the energy sector during the first meeting entirely dedicated to rechargeable zinc battery technologies and markets in the capital of Europe.
The summary of the hearing is now available.
A summary of the hearing is now available.
The mega-trends of digitalisation and automation have already changed labour markets and value chains around the world, with their inevitable economic and social consequences. And the pace of change is accelerating; job markets and skills requirements are evolving faster than traditional labour market practices and institutions. But what exactly are these changes, and how will governments, industry leaders, social partners and workers react to them?