The 2022 edition of the European Sustainable Energy Week, the European Commission’s biggest event dedicated to energy efficiency and renewable energy, is coming to a close. It featured 40 different plenary and policy sessions over 4 highly eventful days with additional networking opportunities.
This new public-private partnership was announced in the REPowerEU Plan and it aims to support the achievement of the target to increase annual production and use of biomethane to 35 billion cubic metres by 2030.
The Baltic Pipe will make it possible to import up to 10 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas annually from Norway to Poland and to transport 3 bcm of gas from Poland to Denmark.
Reducing energy consumption and achieving energy savings is essential to deliver the European Green Deal.
Energy from renewable sources reduces greenhouse gas emissions and lowers our dependence on imported fossil fuels.
The EU's integrated internal energy market helps to keep energy affordable and guarantee secure supplies.
The EU's strategy for secure, competitive, and sustainable energy.
Ensuring the efficient and responsible use of fossil fuels.
A modern energy infrastructure, connecting markets and regions, is crucial to meet EU’s energy and climate goals.
The EU works to ensure that energy supplies from abroad are secure and affordable.
Innovation in low-carbon and clean energy technologies are essential to fulfil the EU’s energy union strategy.
EU programmes, calls for tenders and private-public initiatives to finance energy projects.
EU energy cooperation with countries around the world and international institutions.
The EU aims to ensure safe and secure use of civil nuclear energy which generates almost 30% of its electricity.
Our energy systems need to be sufficiently flexible to facilitate cross-border, cross-sector innovation and investment.