The latest DG Energy newsletter is online! Read it and find out February's top EU energy happenings.
New High Level group to discuss ways to better interconnect Iberian Peninsula to rest of EU energy infrastructure
New report by the Energy Efficiency Financial Institution Group finds energy performance certificates of buildings should be improved. Find out more.
Do you want to get up-to-the-minute information on EU energy policy? Then, the brand new Twitter account – @Energy4Europe – is for you.
Today, the European Commission has unveiled its strategy to achieve a resilient Energy Union, with a forward-looking climate change policy: a top priority set out in President Juncker's political guidelines.
A consultation on the list of energy infrastructure projects proposed as ‘Projects of Common Interest’ will close on 31 March 2015. Find out how you can participate.
Energy can be managed several ways. Some ways are simpler, quicker and cheaper than others. Make use of them!
Today EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Arias Cañete, together with the Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy, the French Prime Minister Valls and the Energy Minister of Spain attended the inauguration of the Santa Llogaia – Baixàs power line. This power line doubles the existing electricity interconnection capacity between France and Spain and helps connecting the power system of the Iberian Peninsula to other European energy markets.
Today the European Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič, Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete and Director General of the Directorate-General for Energy Dominique Ristori met with Energy Ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
From 20 February 2015 European households will save more energy and money when cooking thanks to new Ecodesign measures.