The Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE 2014-2020 “TOGETHER – Towards a Goal of Efficiency Through Energy Reduction” aims at encouraging the CENTRAL EUROPE Public Administrations to improve Energy Efficiency in their buildings also by involving users in energy management, and to change their atomistic vision into a holistic vision of the buildings as a whole of functions and relationships between physical space, technological devices and users’ needs-behaviour.
INEA has signed grant agreements with 32 projects selected for funding in twelve topics of the 2016 – 2017 Competitive Low-Carbon Energy call. All the selected projects will start their activities the latest by 1 June 2018.
The European Commission has adopted a decision imposing on Gazprom a set of obligations that address the Commission’s competition concerns and enable the free flow of gas at competitive prices in Central and Eastern European gas markets, to the benefit of European consumers and businesses.
Copies of letters sent by the European Ombudsman to the Council concerning the abovementioned subject.
The International Energy Agency’s new and most comprehensive analysis of the clean-energy transition finds that only 4 out of 38 energy technologies and sectors were on track to meet long-term climate, energy access and air pollution goals in 2017.
The session “Governance of the Energy Union – how can cities contribute to the National Energy & Climate Plans?” has been organised in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Energy, European Commission. The panel – stakeholders from cities, EU member states, and European Parliament – will discuss on how individual cities and city networks can contribute to the goals of the Energy Union, as well as sharing thoughts and ideas regarding the planning process.
The European Commission presents today the 2018 country-specific recommendations (CSRs), setting out its economic policy guidance for Member States for the next 12 to 18 months.
The Commission today proposed the 2019 draft EU Budget of €166 billion in commitments, corresponding to a 3% increase over 2018, investing in a stronger and more resilient European economy and promoting solidarity and security on both sides of the EU’s borders.