The project eNeuron that has just been ranked first in the Energy Island’s call of Horizon 2020 with FOSS being the Technical Coordinator led by Dr Christina Papadimitriou.
Currently, state-of-the-art wind farms coexist with others of previous technologies that, in addition, are fulfilling or have already fulfilled their useful life, normally 20 years, for which they were designed.
The programme ENTRAIN, which is supported by the EU under Interreg Central Europe, aims to develop renewable energy sources for heating networks and thus improve air quality.
In the framework of the Horizon2020 HARP Project, coordinated by ADENE (Portugal), an analysis of the building stock combined with the heating appliances stock was undertaken for the following countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal. Moreover, an aggregated analysis of the EU27+UK was added.
Data is essential to understand how much a building consumes, how efficient it is and whether the internal comfort is adequate. But how to evaluate this data and see if it is still possible to improve the efficiency of a building?
Half of Europe's energy consumption is used for heating or cooling. Currently, 80 million heating and cooling systems are inefficient. REPLACE, the new EU-project, is helping to change this situation with service-oriented boiler-replacement campaigns in 9 countries across Europe.
Research and Innovation actors from the public, private and academic sectors represented by the Knowledge4Innovation Forum in the European Parliament, addressed a letter to the European Commission President.
Solar energy is the fastest growing form of renewable energy generation and it is quickly becoming the cheapest source of electricity both in the EU and worldwide.
Brussels, 5 May 2020 – The coalition ‘Solar Europe Now’, which has been officially launched today, is calling for the recognition of solar energy as a key driver to deliver on the European Green Deal ambitions.
23 April 2020 – EUREC contributed to a joint letter distributed on the 18 March 2020, you can read more about this in the section below. After this joint action, EUREC decided to further support this campaign by signing another public letter advocating appropriated co-fianncing rate for CSA projects on sustainable energy. EUREC has also...
DG CLIMA and INEA are looking for experienced and motivated experts to evaluate projects applying for funding from the Innovation Fund
The application phase of Helsinki Energy Challenge extended until 30 September
31 organisations representing Europe’s Renewable Energy & energy efficiency value chains call on the European Commission to fully integrate the proposed economic stimulus packages and the EU Green Deal.
On 25th March 2020, HYDROPOWER EUROPE invited experts from the hydropower industry to participate in the Second Expert Panel Consultation
FEDARENE is proud to launch the 2020 Roger Léron Award. This year marks the 6th edition of the Prize, but more importantly the 30th anniversary of its initiator, FEDARENE.
In a drastic turn to eliminate coal as the main source of district heating, The City of Helsinki today kicks off the Helsinki Energy Challenge – a global one million euro competition to find the future of urban heating. With the aim to find a solution sustainable in the long term, ideas presented must not rely on fossil fuel or biomass fired heating.
Brussels, 24 February 2020 – In anticipation of the European Commission’s forthcoming industrial strategy, which will lay out the foundation of a climate-neutral society, 10 leading European renewable energy associations joined forces to stress the strategic importance of their sectors in delivering the European Green Deal and facilitating the decarbonisation of industry.
Celebrating individuals who are accelerating the clean energy revolution.
EUREC member, the National Renewable Energy Center of Spain, CENER, is currently working on the elaboration of the energy concept and technical specifications of a new urban development, called Nivalis Solar.
The Fraunhofer Institute of Solar Energy Systems ISE has investigated the technical potential of floating photovoltaics (FPV) on pit lakes in former lignite mines in Germany. The study estimates a potential PV capacity of 56 GWp for installations on pit lakes.
On the 4th February, EUREC participated in the panel dedicated to “GAME CHANGERS - Training the next generation of green, smart innovators”, presenting its experience in the setting up and coordination of two European Master Programmes dedicated to renewable energy.