The EUBCE is the event in which the members of the bioenergy community can get a broad picture of the situation and trends emerging in today's market.
The Conference provides a high-level scientific programme and parallel events which attract participants from a wide-ranging background: researchers, engineers, technologists, standards organisations, financial institutions, policy makers and decision makers.
This workshop, organised by the European Commission, the US DoE (USA), NOW (Germany) and NEDO (Japan), aims at generating an exchange of international experience and knowledge in order to discuss current challenges and to develop new strategies to further integrate hydrogen and fuel cell technologies into the global energy portfolio with a special focus on the transportation sector.
The JRC organised workshop "Power-to-Hydrogen: key challenges and next steps" was meant to follow up on the outcomes of the Sector Forum Energy Management (SFEM) Working Group (WG) on Hydrogen.
The workshop focused on Power to Hydrogen (P2H) representing a promising and major contribution to the challenging management of increased integration of intermittent renewable energy sources in the overall energy system.
Transport Research Arena 2016 – a transport research event in Europe, gathering every 2 years the key stakeholders: researchers, experts, operators, industry and policy-makers.
Energy Efficiency is at the core of the Europe's 2030 strategy, setting up an indicative target at the EU level of at least 27% for improving energy efficiency (EE) of future energy consumption based on the current criteria European Council Conclusions, 24th October 2014.
InnoGrid2020+ has become the not-to-be-missed EU event on innovation in electricity networks. The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) and the European Distribution System Operators for Smart Grids (EDSO), who co-organise the conference, will focus the 2016 edition on “Digital Energy”.
More information: http://innogrid2020.eu/
The IEECB is jointly organised by Messe Frankfurt and the JRC. The conference will take place on 16-18 March 2016 in Frankfurt during Light+Building, the world’s leading trade fair for Architecture and Technology.
The commercial and public building sector is one of the fastest growing energy consuming sectors. This is mainly due to the growth of commercial and public activities and their associated demand for heating, cooling ventilation (HVAC), ICT services and lighting.
Together with the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), the JRC is organising a series of panel discussions in the framework of the Section for Transport Energy, Infrastructure and the Information Society (TEN Section).
The discussions include: