Post date: 21 Lug 2015
This document contains the Foreign Affairs Council conclusions adopted on July 2015 on energy diplomacy, as well as the EU Energy Diplomacy Action Plan developed by the European Commission, the European External Action Service (EEAS) and EU Member States. The EU Energy Diplomacy Action Plan specifically aims to:
Post date: 21 Lug 2015
COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS on Delivering a New Deal for Energy Consumers The European Commission, recognising that citizens must be at the core of the Energy Union, presents a Communication on delivering a new deal empowering energy consumers. The new deal is based on a three-pillar strategy:
Post date: 16 Lug 2015
The European Sustainable Energy Week (www.eusew.eu) that took place in Brussels from June 15-19 provided an open learning and exchange forum for energy savers from all over Europe motivated in taking an active part in shaping the Energy Union.
Post date: 22 Giu 2015
Energy Ministers of the 28 countries of the European Union met on 8 June 2015 in Luxemburg and discussed the Energy Union strategy. The Ministers stated that the goal of the EU’s plans for Energy Union must be to provide consumers with affordable, safe, competitive, secure and sustainable energy, emphasising that building a consumer-orientated Energy Union can be achieved by creating a flexible European market for energy that ensures transparent pricing and maximises competition.
Post date: 8 Giu 2015
On 18 May 2015, Vice-President Šefčovič, at the request of Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, launched an Energy Union Tour to engage in an intensive dialogue with governments, national parliaments and the European Parliament, as well as relevant stakeholders, including social partners, representatives of the business community and Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs).
Post date: 5 Giu 2015
Post date: 29 Mag 2015
26 May, 2015. The European Commission has launched the European Smart specialisation platform on energy (S3P-ENERGY), which will support regions and Member States in using Cohesion Policy funding more effectively for promoting sustainable energy.
Post date: 27 Mag 2015
Post date: 26 Mag 2015
Currently, the European Union has energy rules set at the European level, but in practice it has 28 national regulatory frameworks. An integrated energy market is needed to create more competition, lead to greater market efficiency through better use of energy generation facilities across the EU and to produce affordable prices for consumers.
Post date: 15 Mag 2015