COGEN Europe is pleased to announce its upcoming Annual Conference & Dinner 2012.
Seminar: Resource efficiency: greeing the value chain through consumer information
co-organized by EPIA and ESTIF
On behalf of MEP Boguslaw Sonik, the rapporteur on "Environmental impacts of shale gas extraction" we have the pleasure to invite you to a presentation by The International Energy Agency of the report on the "Golden Rules for a Golden Age of Gas".
Learn more about the role of polyurethane insulation in reducing the energy consumption of houses by 85% and how the passive house movement fits into the ongoing policy initiatives to create a more sustainable Europe.
Public Participative Event
Energy Solutions in Rural and Mountain Areas
19 June 2012 - 2.00 pm to 5.30 pm
6 Rond Point Schuman
The debate around shale gas development in Europe remains in its infancy, however it is seen by many as a “game-changer” in terms of energy security, tackling climate change and in facilitating the development of renewables (as a best placed partner).
Renovating the existing EU building stock is a real economic opportunity for Europe. It is a revenue-generating
activity which contributes to urban renewal, strengthens social cohesion, boosts economic growth by creating
We are pleased to invite you at the conference:
The global renewable energy industry: companies’ strategies and market trends
16 October 2012, Brussels
European Commission headquarters
Berlaymont building – Schuman room
Energy Transparency Award (ETA) 2012, a competition organized by the Florence School of Regulation (EUI) aiming at highlighting the importance of transparency in European Energy Markets.
Securing Europe‘s Raw Material Supply in the Context of Resource Efficiency and EU Industry Policy
There is no energy- and resource efficiency, no climate protection, no future technologies for our modern
world without the use of non-ferrous metals.
As a result of the Fukushima nuclear disaster Germany decided to phase out nuclear power by 2022. 8 out of 17 nuclear power stations have already been shut down permanently. Renewable energies will be expanded massively and will bear the brunt of future power generation.