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The Nordic edition of the International Energy Agency's (IEA)'s global Energy Technology Perspectives 2016, offering detailed scenario-based analysis of how the Nordic countries can achieve a near carbon-neutral energy system in 2050.    The report identifies opportunities for policy makers and the private sector in three strategic areas:  
Post date: 29 wrz 2016
Type: Publication

  On 13 September 2016, the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) announced that 1,938 project proposals from 40 countries were received for the third cut-off of the SME Instrument Phase 1 this year.  
Post date: 14 wrz 2016
Type: Aktualności

The European project E2VENT is almost at mid-point. A new, clear and understandable 3 minute video summarizing the project is now available.  
Post date: 7 wrz 2016
Type: Odnośnik

“EU pathways to a decarbonised building sector” - How replacing inefficient heating systems can help reach the EU climate ambitions.   This report, focuses on the European residential heating sector in an effort to provide an answer to the question: “If the trend of modernisation of heating is accelerated, would carbon dioxide emissions from the heating sector decrease to such a level that can help achieve the EU 2030 climate targets?”  
Post date: 19 sie 2016
Type: Publication

  On 5 July 2016, the European Commission launched three Horizon Prizes to encourage innovation and find solutions to challenges in the area of energy.   Worth a total of €3.25 million and funded under Horizon 2020 -the EU's research and innovation programme- the prizes will reward three innovative approaches:  
Post date: 8 lip 2016
Type: Aktualności

  A number of European NGOs have published two guides on the Energy Efficiency First principle: one explaining what it means and the other what governance structure is needed to realise it.  
Post date: 21 cze 2016
Type: Aktualności

Ten near-term actions the European Commission should take to make Efficiency First a reality   “Efficiency First” (E1st) is the fundamental principle around which the development of the EU’s energy system should be designed. It means considering the potential for efficiency (including energy savings and demand response) in all decision-making related to energy, and prioritising efficiency improvements when they are more cost-effective or valuable than power generation, grids and pipelines and fuel supplies.  
Post date: 21 cze 2016
Type: Publication

  Driving Competitiveness, Energy Security and Decarbonisation through increased Energy Productivity    
Post date: 21 cze 2016
Type: Publication

During the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) meeting that took place in San Francisco on 1-2 June 2016, world’s energy and business leaders announced actions to help spur the implementation of Paris Commitments. In this context, a number of new campaigns on energy efficiency and renewable energies were launched to accelerate the global deployment of technologies.  
Post date: 6 cze 2016
Type: Aktualności

  On 2nd June 2016, during the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in San Francisco, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the US Department of Energy (DoE) signed a collaboration arrangement focused on scientific cooperation on clean energy and energy efficiency.  
Post date: 6 cze 2016
Type: Aktualności