EU Member States agreed on the Commission's proposal to invest €444 million in key European energy infrastructure projects. 18 electricity, smart grids and gas projects were selected to be partially funded by Connecting Europe...
The EU and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have taken steps to enhance collaboration in areas including nuclear safety, sustainable development, and nuclear energy research and innovation.
The public consultation held by the European Commission as part of its mid-term evaluation of the Connecting Europe Facility will run until 27 February.
An EU-funded study examines policy options for increasing the deployment of renewables between now and 2030.
An EU-funded study examines how European electricity markets are likely to develop between 2020 and 2050, and estimates the investment in renewable energy sources that will be needed in this period.
The Commission's second State of the Energy Union report shows that the EU has made substantial progress towards its target of 20% increased energy efficiency by 2020.
A high-level conference on developing smart cities and regions is taking place in Brussels today: watch it live here.
The second State of the Energy Union report shows the EU is making good progress towards its 20% renewable energy target for 2020, although all EU countries will need to carry on working towards their individual targets.
At this recent event, representatives of EU institutions and industry and finance, along with local and national stakeholders, discussed how to finance energy efficiency initiatives.
The European Commission today publishes its second report on the State of the Energy Union, its wide-ranging plan to help provide secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy for Europe.