Webinar / February 25 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm PST / Building Innovation
Building electrification technologies are potential game changers for getting to zero in the built environment.
Post date: 5 Feb 2021
The first webinar of the Electrification Academy
The European Green Deal envisions a carbon neutral Europe by 2050. Electrification is a powerful tool that can help catapult Europe’s energy transition forward. Accelerated changes are needed in the power, buildings and transport sectors, but they will fail to emerge without robust policies closely aligned with the decarbonisation goal.
Post date: 16 Nov 2020
EuropeOn, originally formed as “AIE” in 1954, is the European voice of the electrical contracting industry. With 1.8 million professionals in over 300.000 businesses and with a turnover of over EUR 200 billion, electrical contractors provide electrical installations for buildings and infrastructure. Addressing energy, mobility, climate and skills policies, EuropeOn is engaged at EU level to foster synergies between the electrical contracting sector and European policy-makers.
Post date: 21 Jul 2020
Welcome to ICPRE2020
2020 The 5th International Conference on Power and Renewable Energy, the annual premier power and renewable energy development meeting, will be held from September 12-14 , 2020 in Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China again.
Post date: 4 Jun 2020
This study is organised in three main parts: we begin by presenting the current state of play of storage technologies (deployment in Member States and key characteristics), then proceed to identify the need for various types of flexibility solutions at the 2030 and 2050 horizons, and finally examine the regulatory conditions that should be put in place to enable the market to deliver the appropriate level of energy storage technologies.
The three objectives can be summarised as:
Post date: 29 Mai 2020
The most profitable Solar collector on the market to supply Heat and Electricity
Let the sun shine on new hybrid panels
Post date: 7 Mai 2020
The constant supply of energy is something we often take for granted. Securing that energy supply is vital. It ensures our homes are heated – or air-conditioned – that we can phone, use lights and computers and that our hospitals, public transport and other essential services, like water distribution, function.
How does the EU contribute to assure energy security to its nearly 500 million citizens? And what happens if the security of that energy supply is threatened?
Post date: 29 Apr 2020
Electricity consumption in the EU28 declined by approximately 1% year-on-year in Q4 2019, dragged down by stagnating industrial activity and a very mild start of the heating season. Of the major economies, power consumption increased in the UK (+1.2%) and the Netherlands (+1.3%), while falls were registered in Germany (-2.0%), Poland (-2.0%), Italy (-1.7%), Spain (-0.8%) and France (-0.8%).
Post date: 21 Apr 2020
The growth of output by privileged power producers is the main barometer of the development of renewables in Serbia. Total electricity generation in 2019 was 36,000 GWh, matched by consumption.
It could be said that the rise came as a result of the Decree on incentives for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources and high-efficiency heat and power cogeneration under which all privileged power producers have been receiving feed-in tariffs.
Post date: 17 Apr 2020
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive statistics on a range of topics related to renewable energy. This publication presents renewable power generation capacity statistics for the past decade (2010-2019) in trilingual tables.
Post date: 17 Apr 2020