European Solar Thermal Industry Federation

Solar Heat News

Connecting People for Green Skills Final Conference
Date: Friday 04. of March 2016

On the 1st of March, ESTIF participated in the final conference of the project ‘Connecting People for Green Skills’, in Brussels. The project aims to detect the work and training factors that make it impossible for construction sector professionals to get jobs which require new qualifications and skills. Solar thermal installing skills were addressed and recognized as valuable assets for the employability in the construction sector.

The goal of the event, which gathered European...

ESTIF co-signs letters with Energy Efficiency community and NGOs
Date: Friday 04. of March 2016

 

In view of the European Council meeting discussions on the post COP21 Paris deal, ESTIF has co-signed two separate letters to EU Heads of State and Government, Energy and Climate Ministers, the European Commission and the European Parliament. The letters signed come from two different initiatives, one being led by associations representing the energy efficiency community, and the other one led mostly by NGOs.

The first one, led by the European Alliance to Save Energy, gathered 70...

BPIE Investor Days 2016 - Making money flow: strategies to increase energy investments in the European building sector
Date: Friday 04. of March 2016

 

On the 22nd of February, ESTIF participated in the ‘Investors Day’ organised by the Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE). The event gathered  the building sector financing community, which discussed  strategies to increase energy investments within  the European building sector.

Project developers, financial institutions, policy makers and other interested stakeholders present addressed a wide range of topics related to financing energy saving measures, including the...

2nd EU Energy Summit - EU ENERGY POLICY IN THE WAKE OF COP 21
Date: Friday 04. of March 2016

On February 23, ESTIF participated in the second EU Energy Summit in Brussels. The conference was intended to assess the outcomes of COP21 and to debate the orientations for the future EU energy policy. The discussion also took into account the decisions taken so far by the European Union aiming at organising its energy market under its “2030 Climate and Energy Framework”,

More than 300 energy stakeholders participated, and Commissioner Cañete gave an keynote...

ESTIF takes STA side in UK's battle over RHI
Date: Friday 04. of March 2016

 

As the UK government launched a consultation on the future of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) support scheme, on the 3rd of March, proposing an end to the support of solar thermal hot water heating, the British solar thermal industry strongly reacted against this proposal, as the latest Solar Trade Association press release shows.

In the past weeks, ESTIF intensively collaborated with the Solar Trade Association in order to try to avoid such a negative outcome, by providing data and...

Displaying results 96 to 100 out of 103

< Previous

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

Next >

2016 © European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF)
Place du Champ de Mars 2 - B-1050 Brussels

Disclaimer  Privacy