EGEC Geothermal’s reaction to the Renovation Wave & Commission Recommendation on energy poverty.
Europe is the first continent that has decided to go carbon-neutral by 2050. Developing all renewable energy sources is an essential path to reach this objective.
EGEC Geothermal writes to Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager to ask for a full review of the impact of the competitive distortion of the Internal Market for Gas legal base.
EGEC sent its inputs on the review of EU’s methodology on energy statistics after meeting the European Commission earlier this month to discuss the representation of geothermal energy in EU statistics.
The integration of circularity into geothermal energy production indicates that all its components and products need to be optimised, re-used, repaired, redistributed, refurbished, and/or remanufactured. Circularity is the cornerstone of a sustainable future, where geothermal and other renewable sources have a crucial role to play.
EGEC welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the consultation process on the revision of the Energy Efficiency Directive. The targets need to be reviewed upward to at least -55% GHG by 2030, with a consistent reassessment of energy efficiency and renewable energy targets. More details here
14:00 - 14:30 CEST
Join this webinar to get an overview of the geothermal markets in Croatia, France and Switzerland - in preparation for an event with further in-depth presentations on those markets as part of the IGC Invest Geothermal event.
13:00 - 14:30
RHC ETIP invites you to participate at its national roundtable discussion on the current status of the Finnish renewable heating and cooling sector.