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The European Commission is under pressure to keep its promise that 2016 will be the “year of delivery” for its Energy Union strategy to fight climate change and boost the bloc’s resistance to shortages.

Sustainable Energy Week, a Commission-backed series of conferences, debates and discussion in Brussels, provides an opportunity for industry, NGOs, policymakers at all levels of government, and other stakeholders to feed into officials’ thinking on two pivotal dossiers – the Energy Efficiency Directive and the Energy Performance in Buildings Directive.

The dominant theme will be how to incentivise consumers to help build the Energy Union.
The European Commission is under pressure to keep its promise that 2016 will be the “year of delivery” for its Energy Union strategy to fight climate change and boost the import-addicted bloc’s resistance to shortages. Read more...
The age of traditional energy consumers is almost over, Climate Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete will say today (14 June), before outlining plans for Europeans to take control of consumption and production. Read more...
Homeowners will qualify for reduced repayment rates on their mortgages if they undertake energy efficiency renovations, and lower interest rates on loans to pay for them, under “pioneering” plans being drawn up by lenders for consideration by EU and global regulators. Read more...
A transition to an intelligent electricity grid in Europe can take place without smart meters, industry players have said, in comments that will embarrass the European Commission, which pushed a Europe-wide plan to roll out smart meters years ago. Read more...
The European Commission will likely revamp the reporting of national building renovation rates, bringing it under the future oversight framework of the EU’s flagship Energy Union strategy. Read more...
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