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The INTAS project started in March 2016. It addresses the need to support European Market Surveillances Authorities (MSAs) deliver compliance with Ecodesign requirements for large industrial products, specifically transformers and fans.   By acknowledging the current lack of expertise, experience, and resources available across Europe for this type of testing, INTAS provides technical and cooperative support, as well as capacity building activities, to MSAs in charge of enforcing Ecodesign regulations.
Post date: 29 Jan 2019
Type: Link

The final MOEEBIUS event will be focused on the outcomes from the different project activities - the aim will be to present the project findings in an attractive way to contribute to dissemination of the knowledge and experience gathered throughout the project.   We are happy to share the news - and invite you all to participate the event and to save the date: 28/02/2019!  
Post date: 25 Jan 2019
Type: Event

This workshop is organized in the framework of the European Project BestRES and it will provide the participants with an overview on the real-life implementation of business models for aggregators acting in the future markets to support prosumers engagement and their clients of decentralized RES production units.
Post date: 25 Jan 2019
Type: Event

The Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE) has approved 3 orders that facilitate the commercialization of electricity generated from renewable energy sources by prosumers in facilities with a maximum installed capacity of 27 kW.   These orders provide the regulatory framework to ensure that end-consumers can be consumers and be paid for electricity supplied to the grid, ANRE said on its website.  
Post date: 14 Jan 2019
Type: News

In January 2019 the European Commission published the third report on energy prices and costs in Europe. Published every two years, this most recent report finds that wholesale energy prices have fallen in recent years due to increasing competition on wholesale markets from greater amounts of renewable energy, improved interconnections and a more integrated internal electricity market.  
Post date: 11 Jan 2019
Type: Publication

The world is going digital – and so is the energy industry. Solar and Storage, with the help of Digitalisation, will be the backbone of the New Energy World. Now that we are moving towards clean and flexible power, heat & transport sectors, it is key to have a cross-sectoral platform to discuss the most efficient ways to succeed in the energy transition in Europe.   
Post date: 3 Dec 2018
Type: Event

Grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are expected to increase over the coming decade and will put a premium on achieving optimal performance and reliability.  
Post date: 12 Nov 2018
Type: Event

European Utility Week is your platform for achieving a fully integrated and interconnected electricity system and market in Europe. We host the environment for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply. This is reflected throughout the event from the exhibition, where we work with the most valuable solution providers, to addressing the key business challenges in the Summit programme.
Post date: 27 Aug 2018
Type: Event

Peer-to-peer trading is a natural opportunity in a decentralised prosumer-driven energy market, with benefits to both sellers and buyers. Besides optimising the overall energy generation potential, it offers the opportunity for sellers to monetise their excess energy and improve the investment on their asset, while buyers benefit from lower cost electricity.   Read more on:
Post date: 5 Jul 2018
Type: News

This webinar focuses on the share of intermittent wind and solar power in the EU which is increasing. Reaching a low-carbon electricity sector will depend on efficient integration of these energy sources by creating more flexibility, including through generation and demand response as well as the grid. This webinar will outline the challenge; give an overview of the status quo of EU electricity markets and present policy recommendations from the recent Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Task Force on "Improving the Market for Flexibility in the Electricity Sector".  
Post date: 18 Dec 2017
Type: Event