No 125 - Weekly - 28 January 2005

 

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Green Paper on Energy

White Paper on Transport

   

 

Europe Direct

   

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21/04/2005: Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council

       

27-28/06/2005: Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council

       

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Rail Transport in the web site of Energy & Transport DG

The 3rd railway package in the web site of Energy and Transport DG 

Vice-President Barrot presents the great lines of his rail policy (FR) [ Full text ] 

As one of the main priorities of the Commission's 2001 White Paper on European Transport Policy, the revitalisation of rail transport is to be one of the key issues for Vice-President and Transport Commissioner, Jacques Barrot. In his speech on 26 January to the annual reception of the CER (Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies), Vice-President Barrot presented his five main priorities for the rail sector: the implementation of 1st Railway Package; the transposition of the 2nd Railway Package including the establishment of the new Railway Agency; substantial advances in the 3rd Railway Package; and last but not least, the vital negotiations for the Eurovignette Directive.

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Transport knowledge centre in the web site of energy & Transport DG

The web site of Enterprise DG

Maritime industry comes together to identify its future research needs [ full text ]

The major players in the waterborne transport sector came together in Bremen on 25 January to start work towards a common strategic vision for the future research needs of this sector. The Waterborne Transport Technology Platform involved industry, national authorities, regulatory bodies, research centres and universities and seek to stimulate more effective public and private investment in research and development and improve the coherence of research activities at European, national, regional and local level. The Commission was represented by its Industry Commissioner GŁnter Verheugen

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New and renewable energies  in the web site of Energy & Transport DG

Managenergy web site

Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) - Information Day - 31 January 2005 [ full text ]

DG TREN is organising an information day on the Intelligent Energy programme on 31st January 2005 from 14.00 to 18.00 in the Charlemagne building in Brussels. This event is also being streamed live on the internet and will be followed by an interactive chat with DG TREN officials from 10.30 to 12.00 the following day. You will also be able to use this opportunity to discuss your projects with potential partners throughout Europe. Videos of the proceedings will be available on the ManagEnergy site shortly after the event.

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