A panel discussion will address the following issues:
– How the regulator formulates the rules and how and by whom these rules may be influenced;
– The practical implications of these rules on businesses;
– The characteristics that an investor might need to understand when selecting a Sustainable and Responsible Investment.
The 3rd edition of the Utility Telecoms conference will draw together technical utility telecom professionals to review 14+ utility implementation case-studies from leading TSOs and DSOs. Discussions will focus on the migration to MPLS networks, Traffic Engineering, Private LTE, cybersecurity, leveraging 5G capabilities, public carrier relationships, as well as future network developments in the context of operating existing internal services such as teleprotection and telecontrol over MPLS.
The conference will provide a space for legal debate on the current impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on individual human rights, on its regulation and on the application in practice of legal principles related to AI in line with the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
The webinar will discuss the main challenges for competition law enforcement by the European Commission and national competition authorities in the era of e-commerce, online platforms and digital markets. Special attention will be paid to the latest cases at EU and national level and lessons to be learned from them.
By Specialised Nutrition Europe
Brussels, 17th February 2020– Today, SNE – the voice of the specialised nutrition industry in Europe, presents its vision for a sustainable and healthy Europe, outlining how the European specialised nutrition industry can contribute to the European Green Deal and the associated ‘Farm to Fork Strategy’.
The Future of Cloud, Data Access and Edge Computing in Europe
In light of the EU’s refreshed data strategy, with plans to create a genuine Single Market for Data, and national initiatives to create cloud federations, such as Gaia-X in Germany, the next edition ofthe HPE and Forum Europe Public Sector Transformation (PST) Conference will tackle the underpinning data and technological trends, including: improving data access while guaranteeing high-levels of privacy and unlocking the power of high-performance and edge computing.
The Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS) is the leading forum for interdisciplinary scholarship on information security and privacy, combining expertise from the fields of economics, social science, business, law, policy, and computer science. Prior workshops have explored the role of incentives between attackers and defenders of information systems, identified market failures surrounding internet security, quantified risks of personal data disclosure, and assessed investments in cyber-defense. The 2020 workshop will build on past efforts using empirical and analytic tools not only to understand threats, but also to strengthen security and privacy through novel evaluations of available solutions.
In our ‘Policy Decoded’ series, we break down a policy issue currently in the spotlight. We explain why it matters for the technology industries Orgalim represents. And we look at how we are working with our members across Europe and with EU policymakers to shape an enabling framework for the future.
In focus this time: the quest to build a real European single market for cybersecurity. With digital technology increasingly central to Europe’s economy and society, ensuring a secure cyberspace has become a top policy priority. Yet cybersecurity also has the potential to become a competitive differentiator for EU industry – provided the right framework is in place.
In this task force meeting, topics include the E-Commerce Directive as the European Commission is planning to update these l protections with a new Digital Services Act.
Panel discussion based on an expert report released by the Commission on Smart Mobility and digitisation in the transportation sector.
The European Services Forum and techUK hold their first event of the year on digital trade, at a time of ongoing and upcoming trade negotiations for the EU, the UK and the rest of the world.
The Bauen & Energie is the leading platform for trends in building, energy efficiency, smart home, spa and wellness in Lower Austria, Vienna, Burgenland and neighbouring countries.
On 35,000 m² our 500 exhibitors meet an audience with purchasing power and our trade visitors appreciate the exhibition as an ideal place for networking and exchange within the industry.
At Bauen & Energie, 40,000 visitors will find everything they need for their construction, restoration or renovation projects, be it personal advice, independent experts, lectures, workshops or extensive takeaway information.
CLEAR 2.0 (enabling Consumers to Learn about, Engage with and Adopt Renewable energy technologies) specifically addressed the main barriers to investing in renewable energy technologies and helped improve consumer awareness and behaviour, while also working on creating favourable long-term policies for consumers.
How successful were the consumer organisations in advising consumers to adopt renewable energy technologies? Is the legislative framework stable enough? Is it now easy for people to install a source of electricity or heating which uses renewable energy, such as solar panels or heat pumps? What lessons are there for the European Green Deal?
2020 is looking likely to be the year where global market conditions become clearer. As we reach the culmination of US ethylene capacity, look at the growing trend towards the circular economy, new capacity investments and potential new technologies entering the market, the industry appears to be at a turning point. Are you and your business prepared for what comes next?
ICIS is pleased to announce that the 15th World Olefins Conference will be taking place on the 4th March 2020, in Madrid, Spain. This event will once again bring together the global players from the olefins value chain to discuss the latest developments in the market and to ensure that you have all the necessary information and connections to drive your business forward.
During the meeting, Agnieszka Piasna and Jan Drahokoupil will present results of the recently conducted ETUI Internet and Platform Work Survey. It addresses the gap in empirical evidence by providing representative data on the extent of internet use to generate income in five central and eastern European countries.
Today, the European Commission announced the opening of an anti-dumping investigation into aluminium extrusions originating from China. The investigation follows a complaint by European Aluminium whose member companies are negatively impacted by the dumping of Chinese exports of aluminium extrusions. European Aluminium supports the Commission’s action and urges the swift adoption of appropriate anti-dumping measures.
This 1-hour webinar will review national and global policy decisions that should help the quick rollout of 5G, challenges involved with making the 5G vision into a reality (such as investment), and areas of future possible concerns, including security and health issues.
This EU Committee Briefing will discuss the role played by Fintech in creating a European Digital single market, and include the intervention of Jan Ceyssens, Head of Unit at DG FISMA, for a preview of the Commission’s plan for Fintech regulation and what this means for businesses.
Taking place around the release of the European Commission’s new data strategy, this conference will convene policymakers, industry, experts and civil society stakeholders for a discussion on the future of data access and sharing in Europe. It will look at the open data opportunity, including cross-sector and business-to-government data sharing.
Wind turbines already have a recyclability rate of 85% to 90%. Making turbines 100% recyclable is an important task for the wind industry – and we are making significant progress in the right direction. Most components of a wind turbine – the foundation, tower, components of the gear box and generator – are recyclable and are treated as such.
The conference will bring together academics, researchers, engineers, students, and industry professionals, to address and discuss the state of the art of renewable energy systems and environmental issues.
IRESE provides a platform for critical discussion in key areas related to various aspects of energy and environmental sciences.
The topics of the event contribute and propose solutions to extensive industrial, transportation, urbanisation, agriculture activities, and climate changes towards improving sustainable development and protection of our environment.
Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) brings a spotlight to increasing use of the term ‘Nanoplastics’ in reporting of plastics, primarily within an environmental context, reflecting increasing concern on the use and inappropriate disposal of plastics.
‘Nanoplastics’ is often used by public authorities and the media, with a potentially negative impact on the perception of nanomaterials, which have little or no connection to the plastics being referenced.
In light of Rare Diseases Day 2020, EU40 is a delight to co-organise Phil L. Herold’s exhibition inside the European Parliament, an exhibition of artwork and life.
The opening reception of the exhibition will take place on February 18th at the European Parliament, 5G Space.
This event will be hosted by MEP Stelios Kympouropoulos, MEP Tomislav Sokol, and MEP Loucas Fourlas. We will count on the presence and welcome words of Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides to open this inclusive initiative and have the chance to witness a performance by soprano Noémie Desquiotz Sunnen, living with ALS.