The meeting will focus on a renewed EU Industrial Policy Strategy.
Dr Katia Lacasse of the European Copper Institute has defined five points concerning copper, carbon pricing and future competitiveness in the European Union ahead of tomorrow’s Eurometaux-led meeting that asks: how can we really enable Europe’s low-carbon transition?
To reduce oil dependency, policy-makers should consider the benefits of using alternative energy fuels and their high potential to contribute to decarbonisation and reduce pollution. These advantages are key part of the ‘g-mobility’ concept – an approach that advocates for the use of gas in transport and opens the door to the much-needed sustainable mobility.
Amendments 1-69 are now available.
A summary of the Policy Department’s presentation on decarbonisation of EU transport is now available.
European Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič today (12 October) arrives in Finland for the Energy Union tour.
FCH JU, together with six other joint undertakings (JUs), will hold an exhibition with the theme ‘Innovation in Action’ in the Espace Emilio Colombo in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, from 23 to 26 October.
“Fuel cell micro-CHP is a technology that is modern, innovative and enjoyed by many customers today. That’s why we want to deploy it in the coming energy mix in Europe” said Fiona Riddoch from Cogen Europe as the first statement of the project ene.field final dissemination event. Full article…
WINNIPEG – Dr Fatih Birol, the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, visited Canada to participate in the Generation Energy forum hosted by Jim Carr, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources. As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, the IEA is adding its support to Generation Energy, a society-wide debate on the pathways to an affordable, low-carbon energy future for Canada. Full article…
The Greens/EFA group has today backed plans to improve energy efficiency in homes that would see considerable environmental, social and health benefits for EU citizens. The European Parliament’s committee on Industry, Research and Energy voted in favour of proposals to improve the energy performance of buildings. Full article…
The latest smart energy solution for private homes, fuel cell micro-CHP, will be showcased this Wednesday 11 October 2017 at Autoworld in Brussels, on the occasion of the European conference “Fuel Cell micro-Cogeneration: Generating Sustainable Heat and Power for your Home.”
INEA has signed grant agreements with all 32 projects selected for funding in the smart cities, smart grids and storage and six other energy topics (incl. next-generation of biofuels, RES technologies market uptake and carbon capture) of the 2016 – 2017 Competitive Low-Carbon Energy call. The projects will receive in total €240 million from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme to develop new clean energy solutions.