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The EU has released the 2050 Energy Roadmap. This suggests five decarbonisation scenarios. Please tell us which of these you would like to see happening. You may select two answers.
There is a serious tension between two different strands of EU climate and energy policy. As reported by EurActiv on Thursday, 16th June, there is significant discord between the drive for energy efficiency and savings, in particular the upcoming energy … Continue reading
This year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week (11-15th April 2011), organized by the Directorate General for Energy of the European Commission, was focused on energy efficiency. This is in recognition of the fact that despite energy efficiency (or rather, energy savings) … Continue reading
QCEA strongly believes that the EU’s commitment to reducing energy consumption should be considered before deciding on the energy infrastructure that will lock us into levels of energy supply based on business-as-usual projections. When a person eats a meal, it … Continue reading