30.06.2015 -> Policy Conference: 16 of June 2015

Cities, communities and citizens need to participate and take ownership of renewable energy development and production – that is one of the conclusions that have been made at a workshop in Brussels on 16 June as part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week's policy conference.

Energy efficiency and a move from fossil fuels are both compatible with growth, there is a 3% growth in the world economy last year while global energy emissions remained flat. Better enforcement of EU legislation and consensus on binding targets are key drivers of more sustainable energy use.

Renewables will continue to play a key role in helping the EU meet its energy needs beyond 2020. EU countries have already agreed on a new renewable energy target of at least 27% of final energy consumption in the EU as a whole by 2030. So the targets for 2030 are: 40% cut in greenhouse gas emissions, at least a 27% share of renewable energy consumption, and at least 27% energy savings.



24.09.2019 -> ener.CON Europe 2020
24.09.2019 -> Project BETTER - Regional cooperation can be the key to the achievement of the objectives of the renewable
24.09.2019 -> Austrian Energy Day 2016
24.09.2019 -> L’innovation au service des PME: l’offre française
24.09.2019 -> Intersolar Europe - The world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry
24.09.2019 -> Europe’s transport sector is still a major contributor to excessive levels of greenhouse gases, air pollution and noise
24.09.2019 -> EU commission: 2030 climate and energy goals for a competitive, secure and low-carbon EU economy
24.09.2019 -> EU Said to Weigh 27%-30% Energy - Efficiency Goal for 2030
24.09.2019 -> World Bank: Climate Smart Policies Boost Growth
24.09.2019 -> Ministers' Advisory Panel: EU Needs Low-Carbon Energy Union