Vice-President Šefčovič is in Austria to spread the word about the Energy Union.
The event focused on how research into fusion energy is bringing concrete benefits in the form of jobs, economic growth, and innovation.
The EU-funded project is exploring the potential of fusion as an abundant source of low-carbon energy.
Sign up now for the next EU Energy Day, to be held in Bonn, Germany.
On 23 October Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič is in Luxembourg for the Energy Union tour.
The latest edition of DG Energy's newsletter covers recent events and developments in energy...
The European Fusion Forum, held in Astana, Kazakhstan as an EU Energy Day, focused on European and international efforts to develop fusion energy.
The July edition of DG Energy's newsletter covers recent events and developments in energy policy...
Updates to datasheets showing EU countries' energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions for 1990-2015 are now available.
The June edition of DG...