Events & Activities on energy - page 3

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  • Conference - European Economic and Social Committee, Rue Van Maerlant 2 – 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    The issue of energy costs is increasingly sensitive for households and businesses. The European Commission has carried out extensive work on assessing the drivers of energy prices and costs in the light of social and competiveness impacts. The EESC is organising this conference to look at the economic, social and environmental challenges of rising energy prices and costs, as well as at possible solutions, e.g. closer European coordination.

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    Vilnius, Lithuania

    The Sustainable Development Observatory is carrying out an impact study to assess the factors underlying the differing levels of implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive and the transition to more decentralised energy systems across Member States. In this respect, the study will devote special attention to the influence of the involvement of civil society and the ownership structure of renewable energy facilities.

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    Cardiff, United Kingdom

    The Sustainable Development Observatory is carrying out an impact study to assess the factors underlying the differing levels of implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive and the transition to more decentralised energy systems across Member States.

     

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    Visit in France
    Nice, France

    Impact Study of the EU Renewable Energy Directive: site visit in France

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    Warsaw, Poland

    Impact Study of the EU Renewable Energy Directive in Poland

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    Berlin, Germany

    The Sustainable Development Observatory is carrying out an impact study to assess the factors underlying the differing levels of implementation of the EU Renewable Energy Directive and the transition to more decentralised energy systems across Member States. The first stakeholder workshop will be held in Berlin, Germany.


  • Public Hearing - Room JDE63 - EESC, 99 Rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels

    The nuclear accident at Fukushima, in March 2011, focussed attention on the issue of crisis communication during radiological or nuclear emergencies. Analysis of the failures in Japan led the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) to develop relevant guidelines building on that experience.


  • SDO debate, 14:30 - 17:00
    Brussels, Belgium
    A special session in the framework of the Sustainable Development Observatory meeting has analysed case studies from renewable energy initiatives in Denmark, Poland and Germany. Points on the agenda: - drawing best practices - identifying success factors and obstacles; - highlighting the role of civil society in the transition process. Presentations are now available online here.

  • Seminar - 10:30-13:00 at the EESC, Rue Belliard 99, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    In the context of the on-going debate on the 2030 energy and climate policy framework the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) organise, with the active participation of EC representatives, an event meant to present the results of the public consultation and maintain a high degree of awareness among and involvement of civil society.


  • Public Hearing - EESC, Brussels, Belgium
    Public hearing in the framework of the opinion ECO/347, held on Thursday, 30 May 2013 at the EESC´s premises in Brussels. The hearing will gather representatives of the financial sector as well as organisations representing the stakeholders in financial markets. The aim is to explore the various demands and needs and make a first attempt at identifying common trends that the EESC can put forward in its opinion on behalf of organised civil society .

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