energy policy

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Due to the current situation, please check the latest status of the event at the organisers’ webpage.   The INTERREG ECCO Project is hosting two events on June 24th to tackle this question with the aim of encouraging local and regional politicians to support community energy initiatives by showcasing the strength, growth, and benefits in North-West Europe.  
Post date: 8 Apr 2020
Type: Ereignis

Renewable energy will play a fundamental role in achieving the EU’s energy and climate objectives. Not only is it abundantly available within the EU, but it is also cost-competitive with fossil fuels. As such, it can help make our energy systems more affordable and reduce the EU’s dependency on imported fossil fuels. It also has the potential to provide a range of new jobs, create new industrial opportunities and contribute to economic growth.     Renewable energy progress over time  
Post date: 1 Apr 2020
Type: News

The EU Sustainable Energy Week 2020 is coming to you live wherever you are!   In an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy amidst the situation surrounding COVID-19, it has been decided that this year’s edition of EUSEW cannot take place on-site, nor in its original large-scale configuration.   Despite this, we want to bring you the best EUSEW possible and are pleased to announce that #EUSEW2020 will take place as a digital event  
Post date: 1 Apr 2020
Type: Ereignis

As part of the European Green Deal, the Commission will put forward a comprehensive plan to increase the EU’s 2030 climate target in September this year. The plan will propose to increase the EU’s current 2030 target of at least -40% greenhouse gas emission reductions to at least -50% and towards -55%, compared to 1990 emission levels.  
Post date: 1 Apr 2020
Type: News

The purpose of the calculator is to build an energy pathway that hits the 80% CO2 emission reduction target at the top of the page. As you get closer to achieving this the arrow will move to the right.   The calculator models what is thought to be physically and technically possible in forty-two different sectors. It is based on scientific and engineering data and was built in collaboration with a wide range of organisations from inside and outside of government.  
Post date: 23 Mär 2020
Type: Tool

The Concerted Action for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (CA EPBD), the Concerted Action for the Renewable Energy Sources Directive (CA RES) and the Concerted Action for the Energy Efficiency Directive (CA EED) organised the workshop during January 2020 in Barcelona, to explore synergies in the implementation of these three key pieces of European energy legislation.  
Post date: 19 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

The European Construction Sector Observatory depicts Romania as being behind the implementation of the 2010/31/EU Directive and the Nearly Zero Energy Bulding (NZEB) concept. Nonetheless, after 31st December 2018, all new buildings occupied and owned by public authorities should be NZEB. This requirement will be applicable to all new buildings as from 2021.  
Post date: 17 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has published its Energy- Related CO₂ Emissions in Ireland report. The report shows that energy-related CO₂ emissions declined slightly in 2018, even as energy use increased. This was due to changes in the mix of fuels used, particularly for electricity generation, where more renewable energy and less coal was used. However, the overall reduction was not enough to keep Ireland on track to meet long term decarbonisation goals.  
Post date: 17 Mär 2020
Type: Publication

The Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy has given the goahead for energy conservation measures in local communities in four rounds. Municipalities can apply to have as much as 40% of eligible costs covered in works on buildings they own and use. Slovenia earmarked EUR 25 million for the energy renovation project of which EUR 21.25 million or 85% comes from the European Union’s cohesion funds.  
Post date: 11 Mär 2020
Type: News

CA-EED Plenary Meeting will be taking place from 18th - 19th March 2020 in Berlin, Germany   For more information, please follow this link: http://www.ca-eed.eu/   EED - Overview  
Post date: 24 Feb 2020
Type: Ereignis