EC - European Commission

Air pollution is one of the most important environmental problems affecting people's health, particularly in urban areas of Europe. Over the past decade, air quality has slowly improved in many of Europe's cities, as a direct result of more robust air quality policies across various governance levels, the introduction of targeted measures and actions, and technological improvements that have reduced emissions from various sources.  
Post date: 16 Mag 2019
Type: Publication

The European Transmission System operators (TSOs) for electricity and gas play a central role in the energy system. Investments in transmission networks by TSOs are crucial for the integration of the European electricity and gas markets and the integration of a growing share of renewables. Transmission networks can also facilitate the integration of storage and Power-to-X technologies in the market. The incentives for TSOs to invest are highly dependent on the National Regulatory Framework (NRF) in Member States.  
Post date: 16 Mag 2019
Type: Publication

Digitalisation is the innovative use of information and communications technologies, in particular the large-scale rollout of smart devices and sensors, and the use of big data collection and analysis. In the context of meeting the energy savings targets of the European Union and improving the energy efficiency of its buildings, this Joint Research Centre Technical Report looks at the technologies, opportunities and challenges presented by digitalisation for heating and cooling.  
Post date: 16 Mag 2019
Type: Publication

The Commission adopted today a draft mandate to engage -- on behalf of the European Union in the negotiations to modernise the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) -- a plurilateral trade and investment agreement applicable to the energy sector to which the EU is part. These negotiations aim to revise the provisions of the Treaty in a way to reflect the EU’s reformed approach on investment protection and achieve greater legal certainty and clarity of the rules applicable to the protection of investments.   
Post date: 16 Mag 2019
Type: News

The European Commission wishes to invite you to share your views on the benefits - or downsides - of the Construction 2020 initiative and your ideas on how it could evolve in the coming years.   Your opinions about Construction 2020 will help the European Commission to better serve your needs. This is why we invite you to complete this questionnaire.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2019
Type: News

The Third Report on the State of the Energy Union was published on 24 November, 2017. This report looks at progress made since the last state of the energy union in February 2017 and assesses challenges to be addressed. The EU is advancing towards its 2020 and 2030 energy and climate targets. It also continues to build an Energy Union with secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy. More work will be needed to collectively meet these objectives.  
Post date: 27 Nov 2017
Type: News

  On 27 October 2017, the European Commission presented the final Work Programme for Horizon 2020, covering the budgetary years 2018, 2019 and 2020.   The 2018-2020 Work Programme builds on the success of Horizon 2020 so far, and takes account of the extensive interim evaluation of the programme. The Work Programme also responds to the European Commission's political priorities and paves the way for its successor programme.  
Post date: 27 Ott 2017
Type: Publication

Early July 2017, the European Commission brought together industry leaders, finance professionals, policy makers, SMEs and start-ups to discuss how the construction’s value chain could meet its ever-evolving challenges.   The 2017 Construction Conference: Let's build changes! assessed the main trends, strategies and roles of major actors, including the public sector.   Four break-out sessions were organised to tackle these challenges thematically:
Post date: 27 Lug 2017
Type: News

It has been 25 years since the EU Ecolabel scheme was launched and adopted in EU law as a voluntary ecolabel award scheme. There are now 40 000 EU Ecolabel products and services currently covered by the scheme. It certifies that a product is among the most environmentally-friendly in its class and differentiates it on the global market. In addition, the ecolabel showcases the company’s commitments to sustainable production and contributes to achieving a circular economy.
Post date: 6 Apr 2017
Type: News

La Commissione Europea sta sviluppando un nuovo sistema energetico modello che è in grado di analizzare, di energia dell'unione europea sistemi di alto livello di dettaglio.    
Post date: 28 Dic 2016
Type: News