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Energy efficiency under the Energy Union

The energy efficiency sector looks to supporters of the Energy Union to change a historic 'do-little' approach to one of consistent, sustained action in support of Europe's strategic energy goals, writes Dr Fiona Riddoch

Full steam ahead for EU Energy Union

Maroš Šefčovič, European Vice-President for Energy Union, appeared both confident and determined when he addressed a Eurelectric conference marking the publication of a key report on the State of the Energy Union.
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EU Energy Union goal failure exposed in the Balkans

The EU is investigating if any of its rules were broken by the decision of countries in the Balkan region to stop exporting power during the cold snap last month.

Storage vital for Energy Union success says Sefcovic

Maros Sefcovic, vice-president of the European Commission in charge of the Energy Union, yesterday hailed energy storage as capable of unleashing the full potential of the energy infrastructure of the future.

Energy Union can help enable CCS growth

The recently-launched EU Energy Union offers a chance to put carbon capture and storage firmly on the European map.

EU energy union to initiate billions in infrastructure spending

Europe is set for EUR40bn in investment in order to build a new power infrastructure and ultimately save the bloc billions of euros each year.
Study finds CHP a key enabler of Europe’s energy transition and could save €8bn

Europe’s Energy Union gets underway with call for grid proposals

In a first move toward realizing its new Energy Union strategy, the European Commission has launched a €100m (£110m) initiative aimed at connecting the EU’s power networks.

Energy Union must not be straitjacket says UK energy minister

UK Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom has said that the European Union’s Energy Union “should not be a straitjacket for Member States in how they determine their own energy mix”.

German energy union says power plant new builds in doubt

BDEW, the German energy industry association, says there is potential for 53 per cent of 39 power plants scheduled to be built in Germany over the next decade to be cancelled.

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