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Euro area Energy use
Energy use

3329.03

avg. kg oil per capita

2015
Renewable energy consumption is the share of renewables energy in total final energy consumption. This is the average per capita energy use for the EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.
Euro area Alternative + nuclear energy
Alternative + nuclear energy

16.21

% of total energy use

2015
Renewable energy consumption is the share of renewables energy in total final energy consumption. This is the average % of alternative and nuclear energy capacity of the 19 EU countries of the EURO Area.
Euro area Electricity from renewable sources
Electricity from renewable sources

426101.01

million kWh

2015
Electricity production from renewable sources, excluding hydroelectric, includes geothermal, solar, tides, wind, biomass, and biofuels. This is total electricity produced from renewable sources by the EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.
Euro area Income from natural resources
Income from natural resources

0.08

% of GDP

2019
Total natural resources rents are the sum of oil rents, natural gas rents, coal rents (hard and soft), mineral rents, and forest rents. This is the average % of GDP produced from natural resources by the 19 EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.
Euro area Carbon dioxide emissions
Carbon dioxide emissions

6.45

metric tons per capita

2018
Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. This is the average metric tons carbon emissions per capita for the 19 EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.
Euro area Energy imports
Energy imports

59.84

% of total energy use

2015
Net energy imports are estimated as energy use less production, both measured in oil equivalents. This is the average % of energy import of the total use for the 19 EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.
Euro area Access to electricity
Access to electricity

100.00

% of the population

2019
Access to electricity is the percentage of population with access to electricity. Electrification data are collected from industry, national surveys and international sources. This is the average % of people with access to electricity for the 19 EU countries of the EURO Area. Source: The World Bank.

Energy EventsMore

IBPC 2024, International Building Physics Conference
IBPC 2024 is the ninth edition of the official triennial conference of the International Association of Building Physics (IABP).
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Sustainable Places (SP2024)
The 12th annual edition of Sustainable Places (SP2024) is a hybrid event, from 23th to 25th September 2024, with the in-person sessions hosted in Luxembourg.
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Innovating Energy Certification: Transforming Building Performance Assessment
This end-of-award conference will present and discuss TIMEPAC’s vision and findings with researchers, professionals, policymakers, and stakeholders involved in building energy performance evaluation and renovation.
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European Biomethane Week
On your marks, get set… Grow!Biogases: The pragmatic pathway to climate-neutrality
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European Hydrogen Week 2024
The fast track to the future
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55th International HVAC&R Congress and Exhibition
The 55th International HVAC&R Congress and Exhibition is to be held on December 11–13, in Hall 4, Belgrade Fair.
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Energy PublicationsMore

Renewable Energy
Battery tests are getting as fast as thunderbolts
Press Release
January 31, 2024
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We are excited to announce the release of the presentation video for the THOR project!
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Energy
Potentiel de biométhane en France : une cartographie des cont...
Policy Brief
April 3, 2024
iddri.org
Potentiel de biométhane en France : une cartographie des controverses pour reconfigurer le débat politique
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Renewable Energy
CRETE VALLEY: A new project to pioneer the first renewable ene...
Press Release
January 3, 2024
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The EU-funded project aims to transform Crete into a sustainable, decentralised energy system by 2028. Through a combination of renewable energy sources, CRETE VALLEY will demonstrate, in real-life conditions, the sus...
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Renewable Energy
Decentralisation, sustainability and energy democratisation. T...
Press Release
July 2, 2024
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Greece has recorded a “monumental growth” in solar power generation and cooperatives are on a promising path to decentralisation and energy democracy. Yet multiple obstacles still prevent many countries from unlea...
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Power
CIRCE's new paper explores flexibility potential in Energy...
Press Release
July 5, 2024
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This FLEXINDUSTRIES study highlights innovative strategies to enhance energy market flexibility and support EU climate goals
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Fossil Energy
Financing coal phase-out: Public development banks role in the...
Report
March 7, 2024
newclimate.org
Financing coal phase-out: Public development banks role in the early retirement of coal plants
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Energy
The European energy crisis: Shock therapy for the EU’s clean...
Policy Brief
January 10, 2024
epc.eu
The European energy crisis: Shock therapy for the EU’s clean energy transition
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Energy
Recommendations 1/2024 on the integrated Draft National Energy...
Policy Recommendation
April 2, 2024
energy-community.org
Recommendations 1/2024 on the integrated Draft National Energy and Climate Plan of the Republic of Moldova
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Energy
Mopo Project Participates in the #Energy4NetZero Social Media ...
Press Release
May 15, 2024
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Mopo project is happy to invite you to the #Energy4NetZero social media campaign launched by ICONS for the European Sustainable Energy Week 2024. The campaign involves various ICONS projects. Among others, Mopo, SSTAR...
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Power
An animated journey into batteries revolution: GIGABAT launche...
Press Release
April 23, 2024
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GIGABAT is ready to launch the project video, explaining the path towards battery manufacturing improvement
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Renewable Energy
Marine multi-use in practice: comparing offshore wind and hydr...
Policy Brief
December 21, 2023
sei.org
Marine multi-use in practice: comparing offshore wind and hydrogen production applications
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Energy PublishersMore

Acavent is a worldwide organizer of scientific conferences, workshops, and exhibitions. Our international company headquarters is based in Vilnius, Lithuania and we already have 10 years of experience in the events industry. Acavent is specialized in creating an academic environment for those who seek new ideas, new achievements, highly skilled academic people, and colleagues all over the world. As a Professional Conference Organizer, Acavent creates, organizes and plans conferences and events in various fields of science. Acavent also offers a thorough list of services required in organizing and holding in-person and online conferences for organizations, companies, and academic institutions. At Acavent, we gather professors, scholars, students, scientists, profit and non-profit organizations, research centers, fast-growing startups, and policymakers, to share ideas, knowledge and skills, to network and foster collaborative interdisciplinary research.
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EEIP is a free, neutral and open business and policy platform for the energy transition.At its core is the idea that the energy transition requires more than technical solutions but sound business cases, and that market growth can be accelerated through information and best practice exchange. In practice, EEIP network users are coming from organisations of all sizes (from SMEs to multinationals), all sectors ( users, technology and services providers, finance, IT, consultancies, cities, policy) and covering the entire value chain, in other words supply and demand side. Launched at the European Commission in April 2011, EEIP is set up as a not-for-profit organisation in order to facilitate open and inclusive dialogue within market participants and between market participants and EU policymakers. Currently, EEIP has over  network users.
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CEFS stands for Comité Européen des Fabricants de Sucre, or in English: the European Association of Sugar ;CEFS is an international non-profit organisation and a recognised interlocutor for the EU Institutions since 1953, sharing knowledge and technical expertise on sugar.
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The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) located in Brussels, Belgium, is the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain. EASE supports the deployment of energy storage to support the cost-effective transition to a resilient, climate-neutral, and secure energy system. EASE was established in 2011 and represents almost 60 members including utilities, technology suppliers, research institutes, distribution system operators, and transmission system operators. Together, EASE members have significant expertise across all major storage technologies and applications. This allows us to generate new ideas and policy recommendations that are essential to build a regulatory framework that is supportive of storage. Our Mission To promote a fair, future oriented, sustainable energy market design that recognises storage as an indispensable element of the energy system to build a bridge between EU policymakers and the energy storage stakeholders Our Vision To have a renewable-based carbon-neutral Europe by 2050, enabled through energy storage
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Renewable integration and sustainability in energy communities. Renaissance project works to deliver a community-driven scalable and replicable approach, to implement new business models and technologies supporting clean production and shared distribution of energy in local communities.
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Friends of the Earth Europe is the largest grassroots environmental network in Europe, uniting more than 30 national organisations with thousands of local groups. Our Brussels office coordinates our network's joint campaigns, and pushes for action by the EU to protect people and planet.
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About the Finnova Foundation FINNOVA is a European not-for-profit foundation whose main purpose is to seek international funding related to new technology transfer, modernisation, training and innovation. It also seeks to promote international and interregional cooperation through networks and events, its main fields of work being innovation and the financing of innovative projects with resources; FINNOVA's objectives are to promote public-private cooperation through innovation to address social challenges such as employment, training, entrepreneurship, the UN SDGs, the circular economy, etc. In its commitment to innovation, Finnova has been organising the StartupEuropeAwards since 2016, an initiative of the European Commission's DG Connect. Finnova, headquartered in Belgium and Spain, has its own delegations in Chile and Panama. In Spain, it is present in the Comunidad Valenciana, País Vasco, Andalucía, Madrid , and Islas Canarias. Head office: Avenue des Arts, 56, 1000 Brussles (Belgium). Comunidad Valenciana:  Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Nº 5, planta 5, puerta 15. E-46002 Valencia (Spain). Sevilla: Torneo Parque Empresarial. Calle Biología, 12. Edificio Vilamar II. 2ª planta, módulo 11-D. E-41015. Sevilla (Spain).   About Startup Europe Awards Startup Europe Awards is a methodology of DG CONNECT of the European Commission, implemented by Finnova Foundation since 2016. The SEUAs are an open innovation tool to identify disruptive startups that promotes public-private collaboration and raises awareness of the importance of self-entrepreneurship as a driver of employment. In addition to generating alliances that help to meet the SDGs of the United Nations and the actions of the European Green Pact, thus contributing to the circular economy, the fight against climate change and sustainable tourism. About StartupEuropeAccelerathon Startup Europe Accelerathon () aims to identify innovative ideas eligible for funding from the European Union, such as LIFE, Green Deal, Horizon 2020 or NextGenerationEU. StartupEuropeAccelerathon follows the indications of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, contributing from each challenge to the proposed SDGs; in the framework of the StartupEuropeAwards methodology of DG CONNECT of the European Commission, which was born from DG Research and Development in 2020 with the pan-European campaign Hackthevirus. It has been successfully carried out with governments such as that of the Valencian Community with the challenge of industrial polluting waters or the Andalusian Regional Government with the challenge of the fight against climate change, forest management and innovation in the prevention, fight against fires and regeneration of burnt areas.
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The European Alliance to Save Energy (EU-ASE) is a cross-sectorial multi-stakeholder business-led alliance promoting the role of energy efficiency across the whole EU energy system, from generation and local production to end use. The membership of EU-ASE brings together businesses and thought leaders, with a cross-party group of members of the European Parliament.
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Hydrogen Europe is the leading organization representing European based companies and stakeholders that are committed to moving towards a (circular) carbon neutral economy. With more than 300 companies and 30 national associations as members, we encompass the entire value chain of the European hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem. Our vision is to propel global carbon neutrality by accelerating European hydrogen industry and we are the industrial key partner of the Clean Hydrogen partnership.
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EuroACE – Energy Efficient Buildings was formed in 1998 by Europe’s leading companies involved with the manufacture, distribution and installation of a variety of energy saving goods and services.EuroACE works together with the European institutions to help Europe move towards an efficient use of energy in buildings, thereby contributing to the EU’s commitments on job creation, energy security, and sustainability. More on energy efficiency in buildings here.
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The European Steel Association (EUROFER) AISBL is located in Brussels and was founded in 1976. It represents the entirety of steel production in the European Union. The European Steel Association's members are steel companies and national steel federations throughout the EU. The major steel companies and national steel federations of Turkey are associate members. The European Steel Association is recorded in the EU transparency register: 93038071152-83. The European Steel Association is led by a Director General, supported by around twenty full time staff. The presidency of the European Steel Association is held on a rotating basis its members.
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As the leading European association for advanced rechargeable batteries covering all battery chemistries, our mission is to bring together the battery value chain to drive innovation and contribute technical expertise to the EU policy-making process. EUROBAT represents the interests of automotive and industrial battery manufacturers, based in EMEA, as well as global supply chain players. 
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The Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) promotes the relation between science and society and works to advance the growth of Spanish scientific culture by facilitating the transfer of knowledge through dissemination, education, training, information and advice. Through the collaboration with entities from the Spanish and European Science and Innovation System we contribute to the internationalization of the Spanish science, the generation and analysis of data, as well as the management of scientific information and open science.
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The Esade Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics (EsadeGeo) performs research on economic globalization and its interactions with geopolitics and global governance, creating knowledge on the links between business, economic and social leadership, social realities, and global governance. Its staff, including expert researchers, also provides an interdisciplinary forum where scholars and political, business, and social leaders actively debate international matters and their local impact.
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The PKEE actively supports the development of the Polish energy sector, by conducting opinion-forming initiatives aimed at the improvement of power industry operations and shaping of a rational regulatory environment. The Association is an important discussion forum on electrical power sector issues and cooperates with the public administration and EU institutions.
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The Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP) is a non-for-profit, independent research foundation working, since 2015, on science-based climate change mitigation, energy efficiency and renewable energy policy, with an international interdisciplinary team of experts generating and disseminating scientific knowledge.
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DERlab is an association of leading laboratories and research institutes in the field of distributed energy resources equipment and systems, developing joint requirements and quality criteria for the connection and operation of distributed energy resources (DER) and supporting consistent development of DER technologies. DERlab offers testing and consulting services for distributed generation (DG) to support the transition towards more decentralised power ;
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TRG (The Research Gate) creates a platform for exchanging ideas and sharing best practices; welcome all participants from around the world to attend the Nursing Practice & Healthcare 2021 Conference to be held in Orlando, USA during Orlando October 7-8, 2021. Theme: Strategies to handle emerging challenges in healthcare during pandemic & next new normal: A road map to the evolution of nursing practices in health care industry NPHC2021 provides quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research presentations on various topics related to nursing and health ; This conference is aimed at providing evidence-based strategies, collaborative action-plans to empower us to make the necessary changes in order to manage the stress, protect our health and well-being.
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REHVA is The Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning associations founded in 1963. We are an umbrella organization that represent over 120,000 HVAC designers, building services engineers, technicians and experts across 26 European Countries. REHVA provides its members a strong platform for international professional networking, and knowledge exchange pursuing the vision of improving health, comfort, safety and energy efficiency in all buildings and communities. REHVA contributes to technical and professional development, follows EU policy developments and represents the interest of its members at EU level and globally. In these areas, REHVA has a significant impact on national and international strategic planning and research initiatives, as well as on the associated educational and training programmes. REHVA is committed to advancing its programs and services for young engineers, through helping them build their professional ; This is achieved through the exchange of technical information, practical experience and research results by REHVA’s working groups, seminars, publications and journal.
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The NiPS Lab (Noise in Physical Systems Laboratory) is a research group of the Physics and Geology Department of the University of Perugia (Italy). Our laboratory has a long-standing tradition in studying physical systems in the presence of noise. Our interest ranges from stochastic nonlinear dynamics modelling to thermal noise measurements, from designing nanoscale devices for ICT to probing the fundamental limits in energy ;We are interested in approaching both theoretical and experimental aspects of the research activity.
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Energy VideosMore

renewable Electrifying Europe's industry: Future prospects for process heat decarbonisation
Electrifying Europe's industry: Future prospects for process heat decarbonisation
27 Jun 2024
Leonardo ENERGY
The industrial transition to electrification in Europe has become a top priority and is set to dominate the next EU policy debate (2024–2029) following elections in June. Achieving a climate-neutral industry will require the efficient decarbonisation of industrial heat. Process heating is the largest energy use in the industrial sector, responsible for 47% of industrial energy demand and roughly three-quarters of industrial CO2 emissions. If left unaddressed, existing barriers could affect the exploitation of future potentials, and the diffusion of direct electrification technologies will remain low. Watch this webinar and learn about the potential of direct electrification to replace 90% of fossil fuels in supplying process heat to European industry. Speakers & Panellists Alexandra Langenheld, Lead Industrial Electrification and Efficiency Policy (Agora Industry) Dr. Matthias Rehfeldt, Researcher (Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI) Marco Giuli, Project Manager Climate-Neutral Industry EU (Agora Industry) 0:00:00 Introduction to the topic (Alexandra Langenheld) 0:03:06 Overview direct electrification potential 0:05:30 Introduction to the study (Matthias Rehfeldt) 0:07:44 Overview of industrial applications 0:14:52 Potential technologies for process heat electrification 0:24:34 Main barriers to diffusion 0:28:05 Main conclusions from the study 0:28:22 Policy recommendations (Alexandra Langenheld) 0:31:42 Key findings 0:32:00 Next steps
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power The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs
The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs
7 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
The future of the energy transition relies on an electricity distribution system that is ready to cope with a growing electrification rate. Digitalisation is the ultimate way for Distribution Systems Operators (DSOs) to ensure a successful #energytransition with key benefits for all players. Andrea Falciai, Accenture's EMEA Utilities Industry Lead, presents some of the key preliminary results from our latest report. Download the full report here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/wired-for-tomorrow/
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fossil The truth about biofuel feedstocks: Wheat
The truth about biofuel feedstocks: Wheat
5 Jul 2024
ePURE: European rene...
Discover how ethanol biorefineries transform crops grown by European farmers into food, feed and fuel for the EU Music by: Bensound.com/royalty-free-music License code: FU2AZQZ41GNQKWZJ
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renewable Views from the islands: What's important is the people
Views from the islands: What's important is the people
11 Jul 2024
EU Energy
Nuria Albet Torres, co-founder and Board Member of La Palma's energy community Energía Bonita, speak about her work for the community, what it is like and what barriers they are facing. #CE4EUislands #EnergyCommunities More about Clean Energy for EU islands: https://clean-energy-islands.ec.europa.eu/
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renewable #SolarSaves: a resilient business story! ☀️
#SolarSaves: a resilient business story! ☀️
10 Jul 2024
SolarPower Europe
Discover how smart investments in solar technology enable businesses to reduce their bills and gain a competitive edge, securing long-term, affordable, and clean electricity. ⚡ Hear from Stavriana and Ilektra from Greece about their journey - by investing in solar for their laundry shop, they will recoup their investment within just 4 years and enjoy 20 years of free electricity! 💰 Discover more #SolarSaves stories 👇 https://www.solarpowereurope.org/advocacy/solar-saves
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renewable Global Market Outlook for Solar Energy 2024-2028
Global Market Outlook for Solar Energy 2024-2028
1 Jul 2024
SolarPower Europe
Global Market Outlook for Solar Energy 2024-2028
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renewable SAIL chairman, Amarendu Prakash talks about joining LeadIT
SAIL chairman, Amarendu Prakash talks about joining LeadIT
27 Jun 2024
Stockholm Environmen...
Speaking at Almedalen, SAIL chairman, Amarendu Prakash explains why the company wanted to join LeadIT and the challenges that lie ahead to achieve steel decarbonization.
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EUSEW2024 | Young Energy Ambassadors
2 Jul 2024
euenergyweek
EUSEW2024 | Young Energy Ambassadors
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renewable Annual Political Dialogue 2024 – Initiative for coal regions in transition
Annual Political Dialogue 2024 – Initiative for coal regions in transition
11 Jul 2024
EU Energy
The fifth Annual Political Dialogue of the Initiative for coal regions in transition, will be held from 11-12 July in Velenje, Slovenia. The event is jointly organised by the European Commission, the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development of Slovenia and the Municipality of Velenje. It invites stakeholders from all EU coal, peat, lignite and oil shale regions – the coal+ regions – to gather, take stock of the progress achieved (since the start of the Initiative in 2018), and discuss common challenges they face in today’s quickly-evolving energy landscape. For more information about the event please visit the website at this link: https://energy.ec.europa.eu/events/annual-political-dialogue-initiative-coal-regions-transition-2024-07-11_en
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renewable Bird’s Eye View: Ornithology for a nature-friendly energy transition
Bird’s Eye View: Ornithology for a nature-friendly energy transition
28 Jun 2024
Renewables Grid Init...
This webinar dives deep into the science of avian morphology and its relevance for mitigation of collision risk with power lines, as well as the role academia and civil society can play in supporting a nature-friendly energy transition. The webinar was moderated by Liam Innis, RGI's Manager - Energy Ecosystems and co-hosted with Rhiannon Niven - BirdLife International's Coordinator - Global Climate Change Policy & Energy Task Force of the Convention on Migratory Species (convened by BirdLife International) The speakers were: - Professor Graham Martin – Emeritus Professor, Avian Sensory Science - University of Birmingham: Graham is an ornithologist with an international reputation built upon his research into the sensory worlds of birds. Parts of his research focus on why some bird species are particularly vulnerable to collisions with human artifacts, such as wind turbines, power lines and fishing nets. His work brings key insights for the design of collision-mitigation measures. - Christin Osadnik – Nature Conservation Officer at Amprion (German TSO): Christin discusses how grid operators take account of scientific knowledge on bird perception to inform their strategies to mitigate the risk of bird collision around power lines, and what other factors are important. - Francisco Moreira – Principal researcher at Portuguese Biodiversity Research Centre (CIBIO) and chair holder of the REN Invited Research Chair in Biodiversity: Francisco leads a scientific research programme and knowledge transfer centre between the University of Porto and the Portuguese TSO, REN, on biodiversity impacts caused by electric grids, evaluation of the effectiveness of mitigation and compensatory measures, and the identification of good management practices that maximise potential positive impacts. 00:00 - 05:05 - Introduction by Liam Innis 05:06 - 09:54 - Introduction by Rhiannon Niven 09:55 - 24:12 - Presentation by Liam Innis 24:13 - 44:17 - Presentation by Professor Graham Martin 44:18 - 59:56 - Presentation by Christin Osadnik 59:57- 01:15:33 - Presentation by Francisco Moreira 01:15:34 - 01:31:40 - Open Discussion
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renewable European Hydrogen Bank to speed up renewable hydrogen deployment
European Hydrogen Bank to speed up renewable hydrogen deployment
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EU Energy
Hydrogen can be used to generate electricity, run vehicles, and even power heavy industry. And powered by renewable energy, it is an alternative to fossil fuels that can help the EU towards its clean energy transition. Therefore, the European Commission launched in 2022 a new financial instrument: the European Hydrogen Bank. It supports European and global production of renewable hydrogen, accelerating the development of a hydrogen value chain in Europe. More information: https://energy.ec.europa.eu/topics/energy-systems-integration/hydrogen_en
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renewable (WEBINAR) Investment Outlook for Utility scale PV & BESS Projects in the Nordics
(WEBINAR) Investment Outlook for Utility scale PV & BESS Projects in the Nordics
28 Jun 2024
Solarplaza
Faced with falling (and sometimes even negative) energy prices, independent power producers (IPPs) and project developers are forced to adapt their financial business models and utilize the potential of monetizing storage technologies. As the traditional forecast for standalone PV systems is being rewritten, it's crucial to re-educate yourself on the sustainable renewable energy business models of the future. This webinar provided crucial insights into how leading market players navigate the new landscape of utility-scale PV & BESS projects and investment, as Mark Augustenborg Ødum, the Chief Investment Officer of Better Energy, shared invaluable insights into the leading Danish IPP's strategy. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 🔗 For more insights and events, visit - https://bit.ly/3vYZriN
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power SEAI | Why EXEED is the best approach to decarbonise your business
SEAI | Why EXEED is the best approach to decarbonise your business
9 Jul 2024
SEAI
The EXEED approach takes the time to thoroughly examine how a business is using energy. It challenges and analyses the energy required and optimises the energy efficient design based on the findings. It takes a holistic approach to energy management and ¬finds ways to examine each individual business and create a pathway to saving money and decarbonising. Begin your energy efficient design journey at www.seai.ie/EXEED
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renewable Ensuring a One Health approach to food systems transformation
Ensuring a One Health approach to food systems transformation
11 Jul 2024
Stockholm Environmen...
Heightened attention on the need to transform food systems to align with climate goals raises both new opportunities and challenges for the One Health approach, which underscores the need to consider the interlinkages between human, animal and environmental health to avoid unintended consequences from a single-lens focus. As governments ramp up efforts to promote climate action within the food system, this webinar – hosted by SEI and the Government of the Netherlands – convenes experts from governments, academia, and civil society to discuss pathways and barriers to ensuring a comprehensive approach to food systems transformation. Speakers Moderator: Megan Waters, Senior Policy Advisor, FAIRR, and former US trade negotiator Marcel Beukeboom, Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United Nations Organizations in Rome Cristina Romanelli, Program Officer, Biodiversity, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization Nitish Debnath, Associate Fellow, Global Health Programme, Chatham House; Member of the One Health High-Level Expert Panel (OHHLEP) Cleo Verkuijl, Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute US; Visiting Fellow, Harvard Law School Masika Sophie, Global Health Policy Manager, World Federation for Animals Recorded June 27, 2024
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renewable Cemvision & SAIL are announced as LeadIT members at Almedalen
Cemvision & SAIL are announced as LeadIT members at Almedalen
27 Jun 2024
Stockholm Environmen...
Speaking at the Engaging India at Almedalen event, Indian Ambassador to Sweden and Latvia, Tanmaya Lal, and Swedish State Secretary for Climate and Environment, Daniel Westlén announce two new LeadIT members - the Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and Cemvision.
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fossil Prospects for reduced emissions using clean ammonia | ICSC Webinars
Prospects for reduced emissions using clean ammonia | ICSC Webinars
10 Jul 2024
International Centre...
As countries introduce net zero emission goals, the need for low carbon energy sources has become increasingly urgent. Ammonia has emerged as a clean fuel that may become one of the major solutions, helping to decarbonise a wide range of industries including power and heat generation, transport and maritime shipping, and processing industries. In this webinar, the decarbonisation potential of clean ammonia use as a fuel will be discussed. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Presenter: Dr Qian Zhu Download this presentation: https://www.sustainable-carbon.org/webinar/prospects-for-reduced-emissions-using-clean-ammonia-2/ ----------------------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ICSCarbon Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/icscarbon
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power Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
Portugal's power grid: investments, #renewables, #digitalisation and more #grids4speed
30 Jun 2024
Eurelectric
Europe's electrical grids need to keep up with the ongoing transformation of the energy system and to help deliver on the energy transition. As we are moving towards a more decentralised and flexible system, with more heat pumps, EVs, and solar panels on our roofs, the grid needs to be ready for additional capacity to come. In this video, João Martins de Carvalho, explains ‪E-REDES‬‬‬‬ 's #Grids4Speed strategy in Portugal. Download the #grids4speed report here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/grids-for-speed/
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renewable European Nuclear Safety Conference, 24 June 2024 - Day 1
European Nuclear Safety Conference, 24 June 2024 - Day 1
5 Jul 2024
EU Energy
The ENSREG conference was opened by the President of the Conference followed by the keynote speaker, Kadri Simson - Commissioner for Energy (video message) and guest speaker William D. Magwood - Nuclear Energy Agency Director General. ENSREG, WENRA and HERCA chairs presented the point of views from their organisations. More about the event: https://energy.ec.europa.eu/events/7th-european-nuclear-safety-conference-2024-06-24_en
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renewable GREEN CITIES: INTEGRATING NATURE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT
GREEN CITIES: INTEGRATING NATURE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT
4 Jul 2024
Leonardo ENERGY
This webinar explores innovative approaches to sustainable urban development and biodiversity conservation. It delves into the transformative potential of nature-based solutions and green infrastructure, highlighting how these interdisciplinary strategies can bring greater sustainability to the built environment. Featuring insights from experts at ARUP and RMIT University, Arturo Fernandez and Sarah Bekessy, our speakers present successful examples of projects from around the world that deliver dual benefits for society and nature in urban contexts. They discuss the environmental and technical aspects of these initiatives, providing a comprehensive understanding of their implementation and impact. These discussions will pave the way for further exploration in the upcoming Urban Sustainability Strategy course, a collaboration between RMIT University, ARUP, and EIT Urban Mobility.
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power Markus Rauramo on securing Europe's electricity supply #energysecurity
Markus Rauramo on securing Europe's electricity supply #energysecurity
9 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
Eurelectric‬‬‬ 's Vice President and ‪Fortum‬‬‬ 's CEO Markus Rauramo, answers questions about Europe's challenge to deliver a reliable supply of electricity, a crucial element to ensure the block's energy security. Why is energy security so important? Modern society needs power. As decarbonisation accelerates, so will the use of clean electricity. It will be present everywhere and this calls for a renewed focus on the security of supply. Learn more: https://energy-security.eurelectric.org/
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renewable Annual Political Dialogue 2024 – Initiative for coal regions in transition
Annual Political Dialogue 2024 – Initiative for coal regions in transition
5 Jul 2024
EU Energy
The fifth Annual Political Dialogue of the Initiative for coal regions in transition, will be held from 11-12 July in Velenje, Slovenia. The event is jointly organised by the European Commission, the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development of Slovenia and the Municipality of Velenje. It invites stakeholders from all EU coal, peat, lignite and oil shale regions – the coal+ regions – to gather, take stock of the progress achieved (since the start of the Initiative in 2018), and discuss common challenges they face in today’s quickly-evolving energy landscape. For more information about the event please visit the website at this link: https://energy.ec.europa.eu/events/annual-political-dialogue-initiative-coal-regions-transition-2024-07-11_en
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power The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs
The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs
5 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
The future of the energy transition relies on an electricity distribution system that is ready to cope with a growing electrification rate. Digitalisation is the ultimate way for Distribution Systems Operators (DSOs) to ensure a successful #energytransition with key benefits for all players. Andrea Falciai, Accenture's EMEA Utilities Industry Lead, presents some of the key preliminary results from our latest report. Get it here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/wired-for-tomorrow/
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renewable Alleviating energy poverty: Policies and measures in the EU [EEA11]
Alleviating energy poverty: Policies and measures in the EU [EEA11]
10 Jul 2024
Leonardo ENERGY
Energy poverty is a multifaceted issue that extends beyond income poverty. It refers to the inability of households to secure adequate energy services, including heating, cooling, lighting, and powering appliances. Detecting, measuring, and addressing energy poverty requires understanding regional variations, vulnerable groups, and the interplay of affordability and access. This is particularly important at a time when electricity and heat prices are already high, and in many countries, they are expected to rise even further after the cessation of temporary energy subsidies. During this webinar, Paweł Gilewski of the Polish National Energy Conservation Agency (KAPE) provides an overview of how energy poverty is reflected in current energy efficiency policies and measures implemented in the EU Member States, based on the MURE database. The session will address questions such as: What strategies can policymakers implement to alleviate energy poverty? Why is energy poverty challenging to detect and quantify? How can low energy efficiency in dwellings exacerbate energy poverty? How does the availability of different energy sources impact energy poverty? Speaker: Paweł Gilewski, Polish National Energy Conservation Agency (KAPE)
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power The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs #digitalisation
The digital future of #electricity distribution system operators #DSOs #digitalisation
4 Jul 2024
Eurelectric
The future of the energy transition relies on an electricity distribution system that is ready to cope with a growing electrification rate. Digitalisation is the ultimate way for Distribution Systems Operators (DSOs) to ensure a successful #energytransition with key benefits for all players. Andrea Falciai, Accenture's EMEA Utilities Industry Lead, presents some of the key preliminary results from our latest report. Get it here: https://powersummit2024.eurelectric.org/wired-for-tomorrow/
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renewable How can digitalisation enable savings in motor systems?
How can digitalisation enable savings in motor systems?
2 Jul 2024
Leonardo ENERGY
Within the framework of the work on digitalization performed by the IEA 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA), one action has been to investigate how digitalization of electric motor systems could help improve energy efficiency of operations in industry. To gain a better understanding of the challenges and possible solutions the industries face concerning digitalization, interviews with relevant companies in that field have been carried out. Furthermore, eight case studies in four countries covering all major motor systems applications were collected, showcasing energy savings achieved through the usage of digital technologies. These activities also led to technical recommendations for end users on how to digitalize their motor-driven systems. Speaker: Konstantin Kulterer, Task Leader Digitalisation in EMSA Annex & Senior Expert Energy Efficiency Commerce & Industry at Austrian Energy Agency. 00:00:00 Introduction EMSA Electric Motor Systems Platform 00:01:25 Digital technologies for motor systems 00:12:25 Case studies 00:36:45 Conclusions
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