Thu. Jul 18th, 2024
table with EU measures to reduce energy demand
EU Member States: measures to reduce energy demand - Source: EEB
REPOWER EU
  • Remarks by Executive Vice-President Dombrovskis at the press conference on the 2023 European Semester Spring Package
  • REPOWEREU – State of progress in EU Member States
  • Slovakia RePowerEU – one year on
  • Slovenia RePowerEU – one year on
  • Sweden RePowerEU – one year on
  • Romania RePowerEU – one year on
  • Portugal RePowerEU – one year on
  • Poland RePowerEU – one year on
  • Netherlands RePowerEU – one year on
  • Malta RePowerEU – one year on
  • Latvia RePowerEU – one year on
  • Luxembourg RePowerEU – one year on
  • Lithuania RePowerEU – one year on
  • Italy RePowerEU – one year on
  • Ireland RePowerEU – one year on
  • Hungary RePowerEU – one year on
  • Croatia RePowerEU – one year on
  • France RePowerEU – one year on
  • Finland RePowerEU – one year on
  • Spain RePowerEU – one year on
  • Greece RePowerEU – one year on
  • Estonia RePowerEU – one year on
  • EEB: Only 5 EU countries have taken strong measures to reduce energy demand ahead of next winter, new analysis reveals
ENERGY REGULATION
  • Open tender: Evaluation of Electricity Retail Markets in the Nordics
BIOMETHANE
  • GEODE: EU-binding biomethane target in the Gas Regulation is critical to support strategic energy autonomy and climate objectives
RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • Speech by Commissioner Elisa Ferreira (by video message) for the 8th Forum of EU Strategy for the Adriatic Ionian Region
WIND ENERGY
  • GWEC: Africa Energy Forum Agenda Sneak Peak
MARITIME FUELS
  • Transport MEPs back deal on more charging stations and greener maritime fuel
HYDROGEN
  • Bundeskabinett beschließt Gesetzentwurf zur Schaffung eines Wasserstoff-Kernnetzes
  • Latest reports on hydrogen industries
  • Hydrogen Europe Quarterly Q2 2023 issue out
  • Hydrogen Mobility Ireland reports on role of H2-derived e-fuels in maritime
  • No Ford 600-mile EVs, MCS vs. hydrogen, AM radio in EVs: Today’s Car News
  • The Digest’s 2023 Multi-Slide Guide to Mote, and the new hydrogen
  • India proposes talks on international norms for ‘green, clean & low-carbon’ hydrogen
  • NEOM Green Hydrogen Company Completes Financial Close at a Total Investment Value of USD 8.4 Billion in the World’s Largest Carbon-Free Green Hydrogen Plant
  • Shipping and aviation join forces to secure green hydrogen supplies
  • Johnson Matthey and Hystar in strategic green hydrogen partnership
  • Plug Power lands three electrolyser deals for European green hydrogen projects
  • Will megawatt charging nix hydrogen fuel cell tech in semis?
  • HYVIA and Plug present together in Spain the green hydrogen-powered Renault Master Van H2-TECH
WESTERN BALKANS
  • EU Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi’s speech at the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR) Forum
GERMANY
  • BDI: Heizungsgesetz bedarf Überarbeitung
  • VKU: Kommunale Wärmeplanung schafft Klarheit und Wahlmöglichkeiten
EU COUNCIL REGISTER
  • CM 2967 2023 INIT – Working Party on Energy
  • ST 9759 2023 INIT Proposal for a COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION authorising Poland to apply reduced rates of excise duty to heavy fuel oil, natural gas, coal, and coke, used as heating fuels, in accordance with Article 19 of Directive 2003/96/EC
  • ST 9699 2023 INIT Proposal for a COUNCIL DECISION on the position to be taken on behalf of the European Union in the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on proposals for modifications to UN regulation Nos 13, 16, 24, 41, 49, 51, 54, 75, 78, 79, 83, 85, 94, 95, 101, 109, 110, 117, 127, 129, 134, 135, 137, 153, and 155, on a proposal for a new UN regulation on global real driving emissions, on a proposal for a modification to UN GTR No 13, and on a proposal for a new UN GTR on laboratory measurement of brake emissions for light-duty vehicles
  • ST 9699 2023 ADD 1 ANNEX to the Proposal for a Council Decision on the position to be taken on behalf of the European Union in the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on proposals for modifications to UN regulation Nos 13, 16, 24, 41, 49, 51, 54, 75, 78, 79, 83, 85, 94, 95, 101, 109, 110, 117, 127, 129, 134, 135, 137, 153, and 155, on a proposal for a new UN regulation on global real driving emissions, on a proposal for a modification to UN GTR No 13, and on a proposal for a new UN GTR on laboratory measurement of brake emissions for light-duty vehicles
EU PARLIAMENT REGISTER
  • Answer to a written question – Impact on the French automotive sector of the ban on the sale of new combustion engine vehicles – E-000806/2023(ASW)
  • Answer to a written question – Reaction to China’s ban on exports of strategic technologies in the renewable energy sector – E-000277/2023(ASW)
  • Study – A preparedness plan for Europe: Addressing food, energy and technological security – PE 740.232 – Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection – Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development – Committee on Industry, Research and Energy – Subcommittee on Security and Defence – Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
  • Opinion on Amending Regulations (EU) 2019/943 and (EU) 2019/942 as well as Directives (EU) 2018/2001 and (EU) 2019/944 to improve the Union’s electricity market design – PE747.029v01-00

 

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