The Commission's new Platform on Coal Regions in Transition is now beginning its activities.
Part of the India Smart Grid Week 2018, the event will focus on the challenges and opportunities of smart grids.
The event will explore the potential of advanced renewable fuels in the EU and India.
The next edition of EU Green Week will explore ways in which the EU is helping cities to become better places to live and work.
The Electricity Regulatory Forum (Florence Forum) was set up to discuss the creation of the internal electricity market.
The Madrid Forum was set up to discuss issues regarding the creation of the internal gas market. Currently it is addressing cross-border trade of gas, in particular the tarification of cross-border gas exchanges, the allocation and management of scarce interconnection capacity and other technical and commercial barriers to the creation of a fully operational internal gas market.
Part of the EU Industry Day, the event showcases European industry's innovative contributions to the clean energy transition.
The EU Covenant of Mayors 2018 Ceremony is organised by the European Commission and the Covenant of Mayors Office, in close cooperation with the European Parliament and the European Committee of the Regions.
This event, co-organised by the European Commission and the Covenant of Mayors, will present successful climate adaptation projects from across Europe.
At the request of the European Commission, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has prepared a report titled 'Renewable energy prospects for the European Union', to support discussion of the regulatory framework to support renewable energy deployment proposed as part of the Commission's 'Clean Energy for All Europeans' package.
This event aims to share best practices from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria as well as further countries on how energy efficiency investments can be financed.
The new EU Energy Poverty Observatory is a collaborative initiative to address energy poverty across EU countries.
The event will be a chance to discuss the latest technological developments in clean energy and funding opportunities for further research.
As announced in the 'Clean Energy for All Europeans' package, the European Commission has created a Clean Energy Industrial Forum to help EU industry take advantage of the growth opportunities arising as part of the clean energy transition.
The event will address the most cost-effective strategies to develop a sustainable and environmental friendly energy sector in Central Europe.
The European Commission invites national and regional public authorities, industry, civil society and social partners with an interest in successful transformation of coal mining regions to the launch of the Coal Regions in Transition Platform.