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European Sustainable Energy Week – EGEC, AEBIOM and ESTIF collaborated to submit an event on Renewable Heating and Cooling
Date: Friday 31. of March 2017

 

 

The European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF), the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) and the European Biomass Association (AEBIOM) decided to submit a proposal for an event at the European Sustainable Energy Week.

Entitled “Decarbonising the heating sector: old barriers and new solutions”, this event, if selected by the European Commission, will present the key findings of the FROnT projects as a starting point for the panellists. The different representatives of...

ESTESC- 4th Plenary Meeting – Monday 27 March 2017
Date: Friday 31. of March 2017

On March 27, the European Solar Thermal Energy Stardisation & Certification Working Group (ESTESC) 4th plenary meeting took place in the form of a webinar. This meeting was exceptionally open to participants that are not part of ESTIF, EHI or the German AK-norm. It counted with forty participants.

The subjects addressed were related to the main work areas dealt with by ESTESC: Standardisation, Energy Labelling and Certification.

As such, some of the main experts of the sector were invited...

EurActiv, ECI, ESTIF, EGEC and AEBIOM organisation of a High-Level Conference on Renewable Heating & Cooling in May
Date: Friday 31. of March 2017

 

 

The European Copper Institute (ECI), the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF), the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) and the European Biomass Association (AEBIOM) are partnering with EurActiv, the European news outlet, to create a High-Level Conference on Renewable Heating & Cooling.

Entitled “The Clean Energy Package: Towards a smart and sustainable heat market”, this conference will focus on creating a debate with high-level speakers on the Clean Energy...

Parliament and Energy Council debate EU Clean Energy package
Date: Friday 31. of March 2017

 

At the Energy Council of 27 February 2017, Energy Ministers of the EU member states gave their first reactions on the Commission’s extensive “Clean Energy for All Europeans” legislative package. The package includes most notably the revision of the RES Directive, energy efficiency and new governance rules.

Prior to the meeting of the Council, ESTIF, together with other sectorial organisations, had sent a letter expressing concerns over the lack of ambition in the package, especially for...

EU Statistics Regulation & Solar Thermal
Date: Friday 31. of March 2017

On March 2017, the European Commission launched a review of Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 on energy statistics. ESTIF welcomed this as an opportunity to bring much needed clarification to a very important piece of legislation, and to redress existing shortcomings in the text.

Energy statistics represent a crucial issue in the light of the current developments of EU policies in the field of climate and energy. Key legislation underpinning the energy sector, such as those proposed under the...

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