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During 2009, Germany remained the largest market, with Italy ranking second and Japan and the U.S. markets to follow. Germany most probably will remain the largest market in 2010, while new markets in particular from Southern Europe, Asia and the U.S. will grow significantly. 
Post date: 7 Apr 2010
Type: News

Further information is available in German language at: http://www.bmwi.de/BMWi/Navigation/Presse/pressemitteilungen,did=334214....
Post date: 15 Mär 2010
Type: News

Lord Hunt said: “A global climate deal in Copenhagen needs all countries to make the most ambitious commitments possible, but it will also require all of us to change how we lead our lives and how we generate our energy. ... Smart meters will put the power in people’s hands, enabling us all to control how much energy we use, cut emissions and cut bills. ... Smart grids will help manage the massive shift to low carbon electricity such as wind, nuclear and clean fossil fuels. ...
Post date: 3 Dez 2009
Type: News

The 'Electricity Consumption and Efficiency Trends in the European Union' report, issued on 30 November 2009 by the JRC Institute for Energy (IE), calculates the market share of energy-efficient appliances and equipment and the energy consumption by sector in 2007. It also identifies the appliances in which energy efficiency has the largest potential: domestic, street and office lighting; televisions and stand-by appliances in households, as well as electric motors in industry.
Post date: 30 Nov 2009
Type: News

For further information go to RES-LEGAL.eu or RES-LEGAL.de. The website also contains a search function and a glossary.
Post date: 11 Nov 2009
Type: News

Post date: 23 Jun 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 14 Jun 2009
Type: Link