Updated: The deadline has been extended until 16 June 2019.
Concerns the following groups: Mission Board for adaptation to climate change, including societal transformation (E03664), Mission Board for cancer (E03665), Mission Board for healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters (E03666), Mission Board for climate-neutral and smart cities (E03667), Mission Board for soil health and food (E03668)
After approval by the European Parliament in April, the Council of Ministers adopted the revised Electricity Directive and Electricity Regulation on 23 May 2019. This is the last step before the publication in the EU Official Journal, after which the new rules will become a reality in the 28 European Member States.
The event will highlight the latest trends in financing green cities. From innovative technologies to sustainable infrastructure investment, it will explore how best to tackle urban challenges and secure a better and more sustainable future for cities and their residents.
A briefing by the European Parliamentary Research Service.
In the last years, flexibility has indeed been one of the most discussed topics related to EU energy systems: its complexity has however allowed simplistic views to flourish at the expense of some necessary measures crucial to ensure a successful transition to a digitalised and a flexible energy system with active customers at its centre.
More than 150 attendees, speakers and panelists at E.DSO’s event had the opportunity today to discuss what is, according to them and based on research and evidence, the underlying “Truth about Flexibility”.
On 29 March 2019 Charlina Vitcheva, Deputy Director General of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and Yordanka Fandakova, Mayor of Sofia, signed a memorandum of understanding on behalf of the JRC and the municipality of Sofia during a ceremony taking place in Sofia.
A summary of the policy debate is now available.
The Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum – Energy Efficiency Finance Market Place took place in Brussels on 19-20 February 2019.
A JRC Science for Policy Report.
INEA has received 69 project proposals by the deadline of 5 February for the H2020 Energy call on Energy Systems and Smart Cities and Communities. They have requested €501.3 million, while the available EU funding is €183.6 million.
Update – registrations for the above event are now open.
Eurelectric’s Power Summit is the top forum of the EU power ecosystem. Get inspired and meet those who dare, think and lead the transformation of Europe’s energy landscape.
In September, the new CIVITAS and Horizon 2020 project GreenCharge kicked off in Trondheim (Norway).