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.
Join SolarPower Europe and the Green Electronics Council (GEC) for a discussion of the growing interest in public procurement of sustainable photovoltaics. Learn what makes photovoltaic modules and inverters “sustainable” and the steps purchasers and manufacturers can take to make sustainable PVs part of their renewable energy solution. The webinar will focus on the drivers of higher sustainability performance in the PV industry, and present the new product category for PV launched by EPEAT (the global ecolabel for the IT sector) and the criteria that are used in the label. The EPEAT PV Module and Inverter category will launch in 2020 to meet growing purchaser demand. Don’t miss this opportunity to get ready for green public procurement of photovoltaics!
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.
On 20 November 2019 around 200 academic and industrial research stakeholders of the European battery value-chain gathered in Brussels to discuss the long term research roadmap drafted by the BATTERY 2030+ initiative.
Includes the report by the Commission: Masterplan for a Competitive Transformation of EU Energy-intensive Industries Enabling a Climate-neutral, Circular Economy by 2050.
Today, the Commission publishes recommendations by a group of experts on how to transform the EU’s energy-intensive industries so they help reach EU-wide objectives for a circular and climate-neutral economy by 2050. These objectives were put forward in the Commission’s A Clean Planet for All strategy in November 2018.
Brussels, 20 November 2019
After a general presentation positioning the BATTERY 2030+ initiative in the European landscape, more specific exchanges will be organised to discuss the main research areas that have been identified to address the challenges and opportunities for Europe to develop next-generation batteries: