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European Green Deal

Internal market for heat

Letter to the Commission on ensuring fair competition for heat services in the EU

PUBLISHED: September 22, 2020

EGEC sent a letter to the Commission recommending a full review of the impact of the competitive distortion of the Internal Market for Gas legal base as well as its associated direct and indirect fossil fuel subsidies on the provision of renewable heating and cooling services, particularly competition from geothermal energy sources.

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European Green Deal

Energy infrastructures, Internal market for heat

Smart Sector Integration: EGEC response to specific questions from the European Commission

PUBLISHED: June 9, 2020

EGEC answers  to the questions posed by the European Commission on the Smart Sector Integration strategy.

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POLICY DOCUMENTS

European Green Deal

Energy infrastructures, Internal market for heat

EGEC response to the Trans-European Network-Energy consultation

PUBLISHED: June 8, 2020

This note calls for a forward-looking, modern, secure and smart energy network infrastructure to reach climate neutrality in 2050.

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Financing

Energy infrastructures, Internal market for heat

Open letter to the European Commission on establishing an EU risk management scheme for geothermal energy

PUBLISHED: June 3, 2020

The GEORISK Consortium sent an open letter to DG Energy Director-General Ditte Juul Jørgensen, European Commission, calling for the establishment of an EU risk management scheme for geothermal energy. In particular, this scheme should be tied to instruments that structure the European energy market such as TEN-E or the Connecting Europe Facility.

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POLICY DOCUMENTS

European Green Deal

Internal market for heat, Recovery Plans

EGEC Joint Letter on EU Tendering Scheme

PUBLISHED: May 25, 2020

Today EGEC together with five renewable associations sent a joint letter to Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the Green Deal, and Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, proposing for an EU Tender Scheme which makes the Green Recovery Plan more inclusive.

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European Green Deal

Internal market for heat, Recovery Plans

EGEC letter on green recovery plan

PUBLISHED: May 25, 2020

Today EGEC sent a letter to Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the Green Deal, and Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, requesting that the Green Recovery Plan includes investment in all renewable energy sectors.

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European Green Deal

Internal market for heat, Recovery Plans

EGEC letter on green stimulus package

PUBLISHED: May 14, 2020

Today EGEC sent a letter to Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the Green Deal, and Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, pointing out three key steps to guide a green recovery from the COVID 19 crisis. Download the letter

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European Green Deal

Energy infrastructures, Internal market for heat

Geothermal energy provides the ‘smart' in sector integration

PUBLISHED: April 9, 2020

EGEC outlined the key foundations for an effective Smart Sector Integration plan to accelerate energy transition and decarbonisation.

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POLICY DOCUMENTS

Energy Transition, European Green Deal

Internal market for heat

Geothermal industry calls for an internal market for heat

PUBLISHED: April 7, 2020

EGEC, the voice of the European geothermal industry, calls on the European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen to create a European internal market for heat in an open letter published today on EGEC’s website.

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Energy Transition, EU Climate and energy framework

Energy infrastructures, Internal market for heat

EGEC reaction to the European Parliament vote on Projects of Common interest

PUBLISHED: February 13, 2020

The European Union is looking to engage a deep decarbonisation of the economy, which obliges looking at synergies between sectors to make the best out of the renewable energy installed. The geothermal sector stands at the crossroad of such smart energy systems, and EGEC is putting forward proposals on what should be done for this process to be implemented successfully.

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