This section keeps you informed about upcoming and past Energy related news and events.
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Webinar on EIC prize Fuel from the Sun: Artificial Photosynthesis
27 May 2019, Online
A webinar on EIC prize Fuel from the Sun: Artificial Photosynthesis, intended to discuss the grand final phase of the competition and other questions related to this prize will take place on 27 May 2019
The prize on Artificial Photosynthesis will reward the best technology that produces sustainable fuel by combining sunlight, water and carbon via artificial photosynthesis. The contest is open to individuals, groups, organisations and companies in Europe and internationally. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2021.
The event link will be provided only to registered participants.
Webinar on ExcEED project Database: from data to information to knowledge
4 June 2019, Online
This webinar will take place June 4th from 12:00 to 13:15.
It will present the project results up to date analysing the current stage in regard to the project goals. ExcEED project has developed a collaborative platform that aims to be feed with as much data as possible.
During the webinar, the ExcEED team will do an online demonstration of how these data could be uploaded. This database would support users to better design energy efficient buildings and define innovative building construction policies.
12th Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) Conference
12-14 June 2019, Bucharest, Romania
The 12th SET Plan Conference will take place between 12-14 June in Bucharest, under the auspices of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU and will be merged with the external ENVE (Environment, Climate Change and Energy ) Commission and Conference from the European Committee of the Regions, where more than 120 EU local and regional leaders are working on environment, climate change, energy and space policies.
The SET Plan & ENVE Conference in Bucharest will focus strongly on the interaction of different stakeholders with local and regional authorities on the road towards a clean energy transition. This will be accomplished by the strong involvement of partners working together for this unique SET Plan and ENVE Conference edition:
- Romanian Presidency of the European Union
- Romanian Ministry of Energy
- European Committee of the Regions
- European Commission
- Romanian Municipalities Association
EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019 - Shaping Europe's Energy Future
17-21 June 2019, Brussels, Belgium
The 14th edition of EUSEW will take place from 17 to 21 June 2019.
The event will include a 3-day policy conference offering various networking opportunities between 18 and 20 June 2019, an EU Sustainable Energy Awards competition with a public vote for the citizens' award and local events, Energy Days, held across Europe throughout the months of May and June.
The policy conference under the theme "Shaping Europe’s energy future" will focus on latest policy advancements and solutions for a climate-neutral Europe by 2050.
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Städte als Keimzellen der Energiewende in Europa gefördert in Horizon 2020
22 May 2019, Berlin, Germany
Cities are the foundation of the energy transition. The European energy and climate goals can only be achieved through the engagement of cities. The Framework Programme Horizon 2020 for Research and Innovation promotes new solutions for implementing the energy transition.
The German National Contact Point (NCP) for Energy organizes a panel discussion which focuses on “Cities as foundation of the energy transition” at “Berliner Energietage 2019”, one of the most influential energy events in Germany.
Representatives from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and DG ENER discuss the chances and advantages of a participation in the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 with experienced project partners from cities and communities.
The panel discussion gives room for the audience to access detailed information, to ask questions and receive customised advice. Afterwards experts offer personal consultations.
The panel discussion will be held in German.
Registration is required.
VicInAqua webinar: Turning water and energy challenges into opportunities (free)
13 May 2019, Online
Join our free webinar on 13th May 2019 (2.00-3.30pm CET, registration required) Turning water and energy challenges into opportunities: Find out how you can exploit business and innovation opportunities created by water and energy challenges!
Learn more about the technologies in the EU H2020 VicInAqua project (MBR membrane bioreactor, monitoring and control systems, hatchery-RAS recirculating aquaculture system, renewable energy supply systems) and its integrative project approach.
Participation is for free but you need to register here
ERRIN H2020 Energy Brokerage Event
9 April 2019, Brussels, Belgium
The ERRIN Energy & Climate Change WG invites you to a Brokerage event dedicated to the upcoming H2020 Programme Call Building a low-carbon, climate resilient, future: secure, clean and efficient energy.
The event aims to provide useful information and tips regarding energy-related projects, support knowledge exchange and debate, efficiently facilitate the creation of partnerships for future H2020 projects.
Participants will have the opportunity to listen to Institutional speakers, NCPs and regional experts. Choose the projects that fit your organisation’s expertise (full list in the document attached), or sign yourself up for a session of open matchmaking.
Registration for the event is now open.
Transition to fossil-free industries: technology pathways and policies
18 March 2019, Brussels, Belgium
Technology pathways and roadmaps towards decarbonisation are emerging in sectors such as steel, plastics, and other sectors.
The role of electrification, of hydrogen, circular and biogenic carbon utilisation, CCUS and new interdependencies between sectors are salient features of such pathways and for re-industrializing Europe.
The event will take stock of the current understanding of future options and strategies and based on this explore the implications for future policy-making, research and society at large.
The event will bring together EU-funded project and national as well as regional initiatives related to the decarbonisation of energy intensive industry sectors.
The event adopts a multi-stakeholder format to enable the development of a joint understanding of opportunities, challenges and policy needs in the ´hard to abate´ industrial sectors.
The overall objective to explore emerging visions for industrial zero net-carbon pathways and their policy implications and share information and develop knowledge between key EC, core industrial regions, industry and academic experts.
The event includes: i) policy sessions, to present and discuss policy options in order to explore new ideas and approaches to policy development. ii) stock-taking of emerging pathways, to present and discuss technology pathways based on current understanding, and identification of knowledge gaps.
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