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  • European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) (Belgium)
    10 August 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) (Belgium)

    EUSTAFOR's feedback to the Roadmap “Strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions”: Forests cover more than 40 percent of the EU’s land area. They provide the European bioeconomy with renewable materials as well as other ecosystem services. Their role is therefore crucial to fulfil the ambitions of the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals. Thus, they can contribute to the objectives of the EU related policies...

  • COGEN Europe - The European Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration (Belgium)
    10 August 2018 Business association
    COGEN Europe - The European Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration (Belgium)

    In the context of the Paris Agreement, the EU has set ambitious energy and climate change objectives to ensure that Europe relies on secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy. The cogeneration sector, represented by COGEN Europe, is committed to the creation of a resilient, decentralised and carbon neutral European energy system by 2050 with cogeneration as its backbone. The EU’s 2030 climate and energy framework, currently taking shape,...

  • N.V Nederlandse Gasunie (Netherlands)
    10 August 2018 Company/business organisation
    N.V Nederlandse Gasunie (Netherlands)

    Gasunie welcomes a renewed EU long-term greenhouse gas emissions reduction strategy and appreciates the opportunity to provide feedback. In order to achieve the Paris Agreement goal by 2050, the energy system has to be completely decarbonised. A decarbonised energy supply should be sustainable, reliable and affordable. Gasunie aspires to play a key role in achieving the climate goals in the Netherlands, Germany and beyond. Our assessments...

  • PGNiG SA (Poland)
    10 August 2018 Company/business organisation
    PGNiG SA (Poland)

    Please find attached the PGNiG position on ‘Strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions’.

  • Gas for Climate (Netherlands)
    10 August 2018 Other
    Gas for Climate (Netherlands)

    The Gas for Climate initiative is committed to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the EU energy system by 2050 and is convinced that renewable and low carbon gas will help to deliver this at lowest possible costs and maximum benefits for the European economy. Gas for Climate would like to present its study, published in February 2018 on www.gasforclimate2050.eu. The Gas for Climate study, led by Ecofys, assesses the role of...

  • GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. (Poland)
    10 August 2018 Company/business organisation
    GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. (Poland)

    Please find attached the contribution of GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. towards the strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions.

  • PJSC Gazprom (Russia)
    10 August 2018 Company/business organisation
    PJSC Gazprom (Russia)

    PJSC Gazprom’s feedback on Strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction to 2050 Gazprom Group systematically takes efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of its operating activities and to ensure reduction of GHG emissions at the consumer’s level. Over the past decade, the reduction rate of GHG emissions of the Company exceeded 40%. When developing the EU strategy for long-term GHG emissions reduction it is important to take...

  • Cefic - The European Chemical Industry Council (Belgium)
    10 August 2018 Business association
    Cefic - The European Chemical Industry Council (Belgium)

    Achieving further significant GHG reductions means a transformation of our entire society, with strong implications for the EU Chemical industry and the consumers it serves. For a successful transition, the EU will need buy-in from its citizens and it will need to inspire other regions of the world. Cefic will actively participate in the stakeholder consultation process, providing constructive input. We would like to start with some...

  • Gas Infrastructure Europe (Bulgaria)
    10 August 2018 Business association
    Gas Infrastructure Europe (Bulgaria)

    GIE requests the Commission to fully consider the financial, environmental and social benefits provided by gases. The gas infrastructure can enable a robust decarbonised energy future whilst continuing to deliver EU energy and security needs.Gases and the gas infrastructure are essential elements of the EU energy system and contribute in the short to long term to achieve energy and climate goals in very cost-efficient ways with optimal use of...

  • BASF SE (Germany)
    10 August 2018 Company/business organisation
    BASF SE (Germany)

    We welcome the Commissions Roadmap paper on the Strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction, especially that • economic and social aspects shall be taken into account • reindustrializing Europe is a key aim of the initiative To reach these targets, the following aspects need to be considered: • Carbon is and will remain an essential building block for Chemical products, thus “decarbonizing EU industrial production” is a...

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