At the Climate Change Conference (COP25) being held in Madrid, the EIB and Iberdrola today announced two new agreements to promote climate action by investing in renewable energy projects and electricity distribution networks. To do so, the Vice-President of the EU bank Emma Navarro and the President of Iberdrola Ignacio Galán agreed two loans for a total of EUR 690m.
Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/460 of 16 March 2017 establishes a Network Code on Harmonised Transmission Tariff Structures for Gas (NC TAR).
Article 26(1) of this network code requires NRAs or TSOs to carry out one or more consultations regarding the tariff structure. Article 27 of the NC TAR requires the Agency to analyse the consultation documents.
On the 10th December, EPSU is opening up a public debate on the future of Europe’s energy system. In light of the European Green Deal and the European Commission’s commitment to a Just Transition, EPSU is bringing together environmentalists and trade unionists discuss the framework of the continent’s energy system.
On Tuesday 10 December 2019 EUROCITIES will hold its event: “City leadership for climate” in the European Parliament, under the patronage of MEP Pascal Canfin, Chair of the ENVI Committee, to call on the European institutions to act now on climate.
A robust European solar industry will deliver more than the energy transition: it can provide at least 500,000 highly skilled jobs for Europe by 2030 and increase value added.
With at least 80% growth expected in 2019, and over 20 GW of annual additional installations from 2020 onwards, now is the right time to support the growth of the European solar industry and provide EU solar companies with the means to compete at a global level.
In the margins of the PCI Energy days on 3 and 4 December 2019 in Brussels, two Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) grants were signed to support the construction of the Celtic Interconnector between Ireland and France, and studies for the development of the Harmony Link Interconnector between Lithuania and Poland.
This briefing seminar will shed light on the common elements shared by China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the EU’s new connectivity strategy, as well as on the crucial role played by EU Member State and their different perceptions.
We have come together as stakeholders representing clean energy technologies and industries, civil society, cities, professionals, and workers delivering the energy transition to call on the European Union to put forward an action plan for the integrated renovation of all existing buildings in order to ensure that they are powered by renewable energy, highly energy efficient and smart.
The full day workshop on “Data Driven Services for Energy Consumers” will be looking at what is happening at household level. It will aim, in particular, at showcasing relevant projects and how they approach the GDPR requirements, understanding how to engage the consumers in these solutions, hearing the views of the Energy communities on the possibilities opened by the Clean Energy Package, and the role played by IT companies compared to the energy companies in providing these services.