On 22 October, the Energy Community hosted the second meeting of the External Contact Platform (ECP), a platform developed by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) and the Energy Community Secretariat, to strengthen ENTSOG’s cooperation with non-EU gas transmission companies, including those from the Energy Community countries.
Find out how a floating terminal makes Lithuania more independent of Russian gas supply:
- Visit the offshore jetty and hear technicians describe the sometimes dangerous work they do
- Learn how the European Investment Bank’s Lithuania gas investment makes the country’s energy supply more independent
- Learn about the contribution to Lithuania’s economy
Current energy market structures were designed to secure supply while at the same time they may create incentives to reduce overall costs of electricity production in an oligopolistic market. In the transition towards a low-carbon economy, global and local energy markets are undergoing profound changes.
INEA has received 22 project proposals requesting €2.3 billion co-funding by yesterday’s deadline of the 2018-2 CEF Energy call. The available call budget is maximum €500 million. Evaluation of the proposals will start in November, and the grant agreements with the successful applicants will be prepared as of February 2019.
The second Energy and Climate Technical Working Group took place today at the Energy Community Secretariat. The revised report on an EU-convergent approach for the calculation of the 2030 targets and its findings were presented by TU Wien, Joanneum Research and REKK and discussed with Contracting Parties representatives, technical experts, the European Commission and civil society.