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Open letter to Vice-President Oettinger: Study on energy costs and subsidies in the EU 28
Date: Monday 06. of October 2014

Brussels, 6 October 2014 - In a joint open letter to Vice-President Oettinger, the European RES associations are calling on him to make public the now finalised study “Energy subsidies and costs in the EU”, before the forthcoming European Council meeting on 23 October.

Fuel switch to renewable heating sources: now is the time to act towards a secure, sustainable, and affordable energy supply
Date: Tuesday 23. of September 2014

A month before the next European Council meeting, ESTIF and other RES associations send a clear message to the EU institutions.

Renewable energy is the right answer to the challenge of European energy security - A more ambitious RES target is needed for 2030!
Date: Monday 22. of September 2014

Brussels, 22 September 2014 – The EU renewable industry is calling on EU policy makers to show more ambition for renewables in the future EU climate and energy policy and in the action plan to tackle the energy crisis.

Research and Innovation Roadmap points the way for Renewable Heating and Cooling
Date: Monday 14. of July 2014

Research and innovation is vital for the development of Renewable Heating and Cooling technologies and their urgently needed market deployment. This is a key message of the recently published Common Implementation Roadmap of the European Technology Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC-Platform). This Roadmap describes the top priority research themes and value chains with the highest impact on the societal challenges in Europe up to 2020. It integrates topics from the Solar Thermal,...

IEA-SHC Solar Heat Worldwide - Markets and Contributions to the Energy Supply 2012 edition 2014 PUBLISHED
Date: Monday 07. of July 2014

The report gives the most comprehensive overview of the global solar thermal market. The statistical report contains detailed information about the status and development of the worldwide solar thermal market up to 2012. Moreover, an in-depth preview of the cumulated installed solar thermal capacity in operation as well as the corresponding annual energy gains for the year 2013 is given.

Energy Security Strategy: An ambitious 2030 climate and energy framework would bring further solutions
Date: Monday 30. of June 2014

Brussels, 30 June 2014 – Last Friday, the European Council discussed how the EU and Member States could and should address the EU energy security challenge, based on the recent Commission’s Communication “European Energy Security Strategy”

The Solar Keymark tenth anniversary celebration
Date: Friday 06. of June 2014

 

Brussels, 6 June 2014 – Solar Keymark stakeholders meet at Intersolar 2014 to celebrate the tenth anniversary and the successes of the certification scheme.

Representatives from industry and test laboratories gathered at a reception during this year’s edition of Intersolar Europe in Munich to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Solar Keymark certification and its impressive achievements so far. The Solar Keymark is the pan-European certification scheme for Solar Thermal collectors and...

European Solar Thermal sector in search of options during tough economic times
Date: Wednesday 04. of June 2014

Brussels, 4 June 2014 – In 2013, the total solar thermal installed capacity grew by 1.75 GWth, while the newly installed capacity decreased by 11.8%. Most markets were affected by the overall downturn, yearning for effective and stable support policies. However, the outlook is sunnier for some market segments; and the sector reaffirms its importance as a vital contributor to a clean, secure and affordable energy system.

Reaction from the renewable heating and cooling sector to the EU Commission Communication on Energy Security strategy
Date: Monday 02. of June 2014

Brussels, 2 June 2014 – The EU renewable heating and cooling sector welcomes the relevance given to renewable heating in the Communication on Energy Security strategy, just published by the European Commission.

POSITION PAPER
Date: Wednesday 21. of May 2014

RENEWABLES FOR HEATING AND COOLING AND EU SECURITY OF SUPPLY:

save over 20 billion Euros annually in reduced fossil fuel imports

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Open letter to Vice-President Oettinger: Study on energy costs and subsidies in the EU 28
Date: Monday 06. of October 2014

Brussels, 6 October 2014 - In a joint open letter to Vice-President Oettinger, the European RES associations are calling on him to make public the now finalised study “Energy subsidies and costs in the EU”, before the forthcoming European Council meeting on 23 October.

Fuel switch to renewable heating sources: now is the time to act towards a secure, sustainable, and affordable energy supply
Date: Tuesday 23. of September 2014

A month before the next European Council meeting, ESTIF and other RES associations send a clear message to the EU institutions.

Renewable energy is the right answer to the challenge of European energy security - A more ambitious RES target is needed for 2030!
Date: Monday 22. of September 2014

Brussels, 22 September 2014 – The EU renewable industry is calling on EU policy makers to show more ambition for renewables in the future EU climate and energy policy and in the action plan to tackle the energy crisis.

Research and Innovation Roadmap points the way for Renewable Heating and Cooling
Date: Monday 14. of July 2014

Research and innovation is vital for the development of Renewable Heating and Cooling technologies and their urgently needed market deployment. This is a key message of the recently published Common Implementation Roadmap of the European Technology Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC-Platform). This Roadmap describes the top priority research themes and value chains with the highest impact on the societal challenges in Europe up to 2020. It integrates topics from the Solar Thermal,...

IEA-SHC Solar Heat Worldwide - Markets and Contributions to the Energy Supply 2012 edition 2014 PUBLISHED
Date: Monday 07. of July 2014

The report gives the most comprehensive overview of the global solar thermal market. The statistical report contains detailed information about the status and development of the worldwide solar thermal market up to 2012. Moreover, an in-depth preview of the cumulated installed solar thermal capacity in operation as well as the corresponding annual energy gains for the year 2013 is given.

Energy Security Strategy: An ambitious 2030 climate and energy framework would bring further solutions
Date: Monday 30. of June 2014

Brussels, 30 June 2014 – Last Friday, the European Council discussed how the EU and Member States could and should address the EU energy security challenge, based on the recent Commission’s Communication “European Energy Security Strategy”

The Solar Keymark tenth anniversary celebration
Date: Friday 06. of June 2014

 

Brussels, 6 June 2014 – Solar Keymark stakeholders meet at Intersolar 2014 to celebrate the tenth anniversary and the successes of the certification scheme.

Representatives from industry and test laboratories gathered at a reception during this year’s edition of Intersolar Europe in Munich to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Solar Keymark certification and its impressive achievements so far. The Solar Keymark is the pan-European certification scheme for Solar Thermal collectors and...

European Solar Thermal sector in search of options during tough economic times
Date: Wednesday 04. of June 2014

Brussels, 4 June 2014 – In 2013, the total solar thermal installed capacity grew by 1.75 GWth, while the newly installed capacity decreased by 11.8%. Most markets were affected by the overall downturn, yearning for effective and stable support policies. However, the outlook is sunnier for some market segments; and the sector reaffirms its importance as a vital contributor to a clean, secure and affordable energy system.

Reaction from the renewable heating and cooling sector to the EU Commission Communication on Energy Security strategy
Date: Monday 02. of June 2014

Brussels, 2 June 2014 – The EU renewable heating and cooling sector welcomes the relevance given to renewable heating in the Communication on Energy Security strategy, just published by the European Commission.

POSITION PAPER
Date: Wednesday 21. of May 2014

RENEWABLES FOR HEATING AND COOLING AND EU SECURITY OF SUPPLY:

save over 20 billion Euros annually in reduced fossil fuel imports

 

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