Energy consumption continues to rise in Europe: Eurostat

By |februar 8th, 2019|2020 energy and climate targets, 2030 climate and energy targets, energy efficiency directive, Energy Efficiency First, energy efficiency in buildings, energy efficiency targets, EU energy package 2030, News|

Energy consumption in Europe rose for the third consecutive year in 2017, pulling the EU further away from its 2020 energy efficiency objective, according to official figures published on Thursday (7 February).

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EU revises energy efficiency targets in view of Brexit

By |januar 30th, 2019|2030 climate and energy targets, energy efficiency directive, News|

The European Union revised its 2030 energy consumption objectives on Wednesday (30 January) in order to take account of the United Kingdom’s anticipated departure from the bloc.

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‘Energy sobriety’: A disruptive notion catching on in France

By |januar 24th, 2019|energy efficiency directive, energy efficiency targets, EU energy package 2030, News|

The idea of reducing – or altogether avoiding – energy consumption is starting to catch on among French local authorities. But the concept struggles at European level because it directly challenges our economic growth model. EURACTIV France reports.

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Germany pours cold water on EU’s clean energy ambitions

By |junij 11th, 2018|clean energy package, energy efficiency directive, Energy Union governance, News, Peter Altmaier, Renewable Energy Directive|

Voters across Europe have lost faith in politics partly because of “unachievable targets” on renewable energy, said German Energy Minister Peter Altmaier, rejecting calls from a group of other EU countries to boost the share of renewables to 33-35% of the bloc’s energy mix by 2030.

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‘Primary’ energy efficiency in focus as EU talks near finishing line

By |junij 8th, 2018|energy efficiency directive, EU energy package 2030, News|

Public debate on energy efficiency has tended to focus on savings made by the end-user – whether in buildings or in consumer products like TV sets, lightbulbs, and vacuum cleaners, which have all grabbed headlines.

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Deal nears on EU energy savings law – talks focus on transport and targets

By |maj 9th, 2018|energy efficiency directive, EU energy package 2030, News|

The European Parliament insists on including ships, cars and planes in the EU’s energy saving goals for 2030. But those very objectives remain a hot issue, with the latest EU presidency compromise proposal opting for a weaker, indicative 31-33% target range.

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Energy efficiency: Getting the full picture

By |april 18th, 2018|clean energy package, cogeneration, energy efficiency directive, News|

The Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), adopted in 2012 and currently under review, has been a key milestone to help deliver energy savings in Europe. But the reality is that we are not there yet in terms of primary energy savings, writes Hans Korteweg.

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Fresh EU analysis makes case for higher renewables, energy saving goals

By |marec 2nd, 2018|clean energy package, energy efficiency directive, Miguel Arias Cañete, News, Renewable Energy Directive|

A new analysis by the European Commission’s energy directorate, seen by EURACTIV, updates existing scenarios for renewables and energy efficiency, taking into account the rapidly falling costs of solar and wind power.

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British Green MEP: ‘I pledge for a bold approach to e-mobility’

By |oktober 27th, 2017|e-cars, e-mobility, energy efficiency directive, EU Parliament, European Parliament, future mobility, MEPs, Michael Cramer, News, Paris Agreement|

The Greens will support electrification in cities as long as it is not limited to cars but also extended to other means of transport, Greens MEP Cramer said in an interview with EURACTIV Greece.

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Lighting

By |oktober 11th, 2017|energy efficiency directive, lighting, News|

The European Union took a bold step when it imposed a ban on incandescent light bulbs in 2008. Almost ten years on, EURACTIV.com takes stock of progress made and sets sights on the next frontier – Human Centric Lighting.

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