Walking the wire: Bruegel discusses risks and benefits involved for the EU should it embark on developing a new smartphone operating system.
The European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP), a COSME project, has just launched a new webpage to address the challenges posed by COVID19. This portal will facilitate the interaction of the industrial cluster community to allow fast and direct exchange of information within the community. Over 1,100 offers from companies have already been channelled via clusters to produce medical supplies.
The Austrian Worker´s insurance board AUVA has issued guidance developed with approval of the labour inspection regarding current measures to be taken on construction sites.
A summary of the exchange of views is now available.
As the Commission’s fitness check for the Guidelines is underway and stakeholders are in critical need for a precise understanding of the process, scope and consequences of the review, this event will present the findings of a new CERRE research project on “State Aid Guidelines for Environmental Protection and Energy (EEAG): review process, possible changes and opportunities”.
This study examines the EEAG review process and scope, focusing on possible areas of change. It considers the evolution of existing technologies and the proliferation of new actors shaping the landscape of a decentralised and complex energy system. It also studies the impact of the recently adopted Clean Energy Package and the intended ‘flexibility’ projected in the EU Green Deal.
A shortage of long-term housing constitutes an overriding reason of public interest capable of justifying a national measure, which requires authorisation to be obtained for the repeated letting of residential accommodation for short periods to a transit clientele, which does not take up residence there.
Third webinar by EuroACE on the building renovation wave.
The German company Volkswagen installed a device in its motor vehicles (manipulative software) which masked, on the test bench, the true exhaust emission values, contrary to provisions of EU law. That manipulation was disclosed to the public on 18 September 2015.
The French Ministry of Labour, with the help of experts, has prepared advice sheets for employers and employees to protect themselves from the risks of contamination with COVID-19. Documents are available for bakeries, cash desk work, work in a garage, agricultural activities, and retail.
As the impacts of the coronavirus on the energy sector unfold, the Secretariat has made all its resources available to support the Energy Community Contracting Parties in the management of the crisis and the future recovery process.