This statistical report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies. It is the second edition of a comprehensive selection of data that the IEA has been collecting each year, after its member states recognised in 2009 the need to better monitor energy efficiency policies. The report includes country-specific analysis of end uses across the largest sectors – residential, services, industry and transport. It answers questions such as:
Post date: 7 dec 2017
MAPPING THE NATIONAL SITUATION ON ENERGY POVERTY: FYR of MACEDONIA
This document is a product of the “Reduce Energy Consumption and Change Habits” (REACH) project, under the Intelligent Energy Europe Program, financially supported by the European Union. The purpose of this analysis is to illustrate the problem of energy poverty in FYR of Macedonia and provide essential information.
Post date: 4 dec 2017
REPORT ON NATIONAL SITUATION IN THE FIELD OF FUEL POVERTY: BULGARIA
This report is a deliverable of the project “Reduce Energy Consumption and Change Habits” (REACH), co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Program of the European Union. REACH is a project to battle energy poverty at practical and structural level amongst poorer households in 4 Balkan countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia and Bulgaria.
Post date: 4 dec 2017
A binding target to reduce energy consumption by 40% by 2030 at EU level was agreed by the European Parliament's Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) on Tuesday 28 November 2017. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) wanted to be more ambitious than the EU Commission, which had proposed a 30% reduction.
Post date: 29 nov 2017
The Third Report on the State of the Energy Union
was published on 24 November, 2017.
This report looks at progress made since the last state of the energy union in February 2017 and assesses challenges to be addressed.
The EU is advancing towards its 2020 and 2030 energy and climate targets. It also continues to build an Energy Union with secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy. More work will be needed to collectively meet these objectives.
Post date: 27 nov 2017
You probably don’t know where Sonderborg is exactly, although by the look of the name you would situate it somewhere in Scandinavia. Remourban project coordinator Miguel García knows exactly where this Light house town lies as he took part in the SmartEnCity conference week held there in early October.
Post date: 24 nov 2017
How is Europe’s Horizon 2020 framework programme supporting research, innovation and market uptake of smart buildings?
Post date: 20 nov 2017
Tvornica zelene-plave energije: Promicanje i razvoj inicijativa, organizacija i ulaganja koja poboljšavaju korištenje obnovljivih izvora u industrijskim i poslovnim objektima
Post date: 14 nov 2017
The Nachhaltig Wirtschaften initiative (Austria) supports communication and information sharing related to research and technology projects in the field of energy and environmental technologies. This is a service of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT).
The initiative's objectives are:
Post date: 10 nov 2017
This year's Horizon 2020 Energy Info Days took place from Monday 23 to Wednesday 25 October in Brussels, Belgium, presenting the new funding opportunities and innovative schemes offered by the Energy Work Programme 2018-2020.
The content has been structured in three days:
Day 1 – 23 October 2017, focuses in the funding priorities for renewables, decarbonising fossil fuels & cross-cutting issues.
Post date: 8 nov 2017