Local associations, companies, research centres, non-governmental organisations and local authorities are all showcasing what they are doing to promote sustainable energy from 24 to 28 June – EU sustainable energy week 2013.
Proposals to boost use of alternative fuels would ensure drivers can fill up or plug in at more stations across EU.
EU countries will be pushed to fully apply EU energy rules so the market works to its full potential for consumers.
Growth in the renewables market will slump unless the EU takes more measures now to reduce costs and stimulate investment. The Commission is presenting ways on how this can be done.
EU sets out plans for cutting emissions by over 80% without disrupting energy supplies and competitiveness.
The EU will invest €50bn in infrastructure – connecting Europe, boosting competitiveness and creating jobs.
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Improved coordination among governments will strengthen the EU's hand when negotiating with international energy suppliers.
New measure will encourage car makers to invest in CO2 reduction technologies, part of the EU's overall approach to climate change.
European sustainable energy week encourages individuals, businesses and government to come up with ways of saving energy.
New EU proposals to reinvigorate 2020 energy-saving efforts and create a genuine low-carbon economy by 2050 - potentially saving every household €1 000 and creating 2m jobs in the process.
EU vision on smart use of natural resources, protecting the environment and driving economic growth.
Safety is non-negotiable. The EU needs common legislation for offshore oil and gas platforms, reducing the risk of an environmental disaster in European waters.
In European sustainable energy week 2010, new EU energy commissioner presents strategy to reduce Europe’s dependence on fossil fuel.
43 gas and electricity projects to split €2.3bn, the most the EU has ever spent on energy infrastructure in a single package.
The EU is phasing out traditional light bulbs over the next three years in favour of a new generation of energy-efficient lighting.
Opening a new front in the fight against climate change, cities across Europe vow deeper emission cuts.
International Energy Agency issues first report on EU energy policy, praising EU moves on climate change and energy market liberalisation
Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty presents France with new challenge as it takes over the EU presidency
EU countries support continuation of the Lisbon Treaty ratification process and confront rising energy costs.