EUREC is looking to recruit a Project Officer for a period of two years starting ASAP.
Author: Nicoleta Andronache (Nicoleta Andronache)
ECN part of TNO has launched the Dutch version of the website www.energy.nl. The English version will be published very soon.
The use of environmental energy to supply heating results in less carbon dioxide emissions. Therefore, heat pumps are a key heating technology for the future.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE have once again succeeded in raising the efficiency value of monolithic triple-junction solar cells made of silicon and III-V semiconductor materials.
At the beginning of October the kick-off meeting of the European Horizon 2020 project EXCESS took place in Graz, Austria.
Energie Nederland and DHC+ / Euroheat & Power acting on behalf of the European Technology and Innovation Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC-ETIP), would like to invite you to the workshop “Renewable Heating and Cooling from the Dutch Perspective” taking place on 3 December 2019 in The Hague (Netherlands).
ZSW and BDEW on gross electricity consumption in the first three quarters of 2019
Lack of progress in wind power expansion and too few new photovoltaic systems could put 65-percent target out of reach
German-Japanese Energy Transition Council addressing bottleneck issue in latest Outreach.
Climate protection is one of the major challenges of our time. It is becoming increasingly clear that a substantial transformation of industrial value chains and production processes is needed in order to meet the climate protection targets of the Paris Agreement.
When building houses that consume less energy, or even produce more energy than they consume, there are a number of variables to take into account. For example, we need to understand the technologies available on the market, their cost and accessibility, as well as the surrounding environment and climate.
The Historic Building Energy Retrofit Atlas made its debut at REDay 2019. The database of good practices for energy efficient renovation of historic buildings is now online.
On Tuesday 12 November CAPTure – Competitive Solar Power Towers project is organising a workshop dedicated to the value and role of Concentrated Solar Power for the future power grid with high shares of renewables.
The letter had the support of 14 associations or NGOs. They allowed their logo to be added to it and some suggested edits.