- Creating a European Energy Union – by pooling resources, connecting networks and uniting our power when negotiating with non EU countries.
- Diversifying our energy sources – so Europe can quickly switch to other supply channels if the financial or political cost of importing from the East becomes too high.
- Helping EU countries become less dependent on energy imports.
- Making the EU the world number one in renewable energy and leading the fight against global warming.
This report introduces several methods the European Environment Agency (EEA) has developed for assessing and communicating early RES growth and the important knock-on effects that RES growth has on the energy sector and related areas. The report provides specific information at EU and country level on estimated RES progress in 2013, estimated gross avoided carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and avoided fossil fuel use due to the additional use of renewable energy since 2005, as well as an assessment of the statistical impacts of growing RES use on primary energy consumption.
What is the IEC60034-30 Motor IE labelling scheme?
The European Union (EU) has committed itself to a 20 % energy saving by the year 2020. This objective is also known as the 20 % energy efficiency improvements objective.
This article provides statistical evaluation of the progress made towards this objective and describes the statistical method for its measurement.
Le médiateur avait, dans son rapport annuel 2013, mis en avant la nécessité de mettre au clair le statut juridique des colonnes montantes, ces câbles et canalisations qui, dans les immeubles collectifs, acheminent l’électricité, l’eau ou le gaz entre le réseau public situé sur la voirie et chaque logement.