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Should the EU embrace artificial intelligence, or fear it?

By |december 4th, 2019|artificial intelligence, data privacy, data protection, GDPR, Insurance, insurance company, News, Robots|

Advances in machine learning are progressing rapidly, and governments are struggling to keep up. The EU has emerged as the world’s regulator in this space, but some fear it's stifling European innovation.

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Von Der Leyen urged to prioritise single market to counter slowdown

By |november 25th, 2019|Digital Single Market, EU single market, European Single Market, News, single market, Ursula von der Leyen|

The European economy is undergoing a rapid transition, with digital technology and climate change needs set to transform normal commerce. Is the EU’s single market flexible enough to handle the change?

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Timmermans sees ‘pivotal role for hydrogen’ in meeting EU climate goals

By |november 25th, 2019|Electricity, European Green Deal, Frans Timmermans, Gas package 2020, hydrogen, News|

The European Commission’s upcoming vice president for the Green Deal received a standing ovation at a forum in Brussels last week after he declared, “I see a pivotal role for hydrogen” in Europe's efforts to achieve its climate goals.

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Offshore wind carry EU to meeting Paris goals, says IEA

By |november 19th, 2019|European Green Deal, natural gas, News, offshore wind|

Under a scenario in which the EU meets its Paris Agreement climate targets, gas will be a transition fuel and offshore wind will dominate by 2050, according to a World Energy Outlook forecast from the International Energy Agency.

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Europe needs to double electricity share to meet climate goals – EU official

By |november 8th, 2019|2050 climate strategy, Electricity, electrification, eurelectric, European Green Deal, net zero, News, sector coupling|

The European Green Deal to be unveiled in early 2020 will pursue a strategy of increasing the share of electricity in the EU’s energy mix, the new head of the European Commission’s energy department told a conference in Brussels Wednesday (6 November).

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Why the EU leads in digital regulation, but lags in digital innovation

By |oktober 23rd, 2019|Andrus Ansip, connecting europe facility, Digital, Digital Europe, Digital Single Market, GDPR, Magrethe Vestager, News|

In its efforts to harmonise the digital legislation of its 28 countries, the European Union has accidentally become the world’s digital regulator – while ceding ground to other digital innovators.

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To target or not to target? That is the EU’s research and innovation question

By |oktober 18th, 2019|Finland, Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, Innovation, News, research|

There is a lot of money available to fund research and innovation in the EU, but it's not reaching the right people at the right time. Policymakers are debating whether more focused funding would make the situation better, or worse.

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European cities share heating decarbonisation tips

By |oktober 4th, 2019|Climate Change, Copenhagen, district heating, heating, News, Rotterdam|

Cities with decades-old combined heat and power systems are emitting less carbon than others, and EU policymakers are looking at how to emulate this across the bloc.

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A strait at boiling point

By |september 26th, 2019|News|

The Strait of Hormuz, the site of recent military conflicts between Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United States, sees a quarter of the world's oil consumption pass through it each year. If Persian Gulf oil exports are disrupted because of a conflict, how ...

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EU countries urged to reject UN scheme that could thwart action on aviation emissions

By |september 23rd, 2019|aviation emissions trading scheme, aviation ETS, CORSIA, EU ETS, ICAO, News, Violeta Bulc|

The European Commission has asked EU countries to reject a UN resolution this week that could forbid the bloc from going further than the CORSIA aviation emissions reduction plan currently being developed at international level.

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