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EIB to finance pioneering project to improve CEPSA’s energy efficiency and reduce the environmental...

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is to support CEPSA's commitment to reduce the environmental impact of its activities by financing a globally pioneering R&D project to increase the sustainability of its petrochemicals operations. To...

New report: the building and construction sector can reach net zero carbon emissions...

As part of the 10th annual World Green Building Week, the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) has issued a bold new vision for how buildings and infrastructure around the world can reach 40% less...

i-DE is to invest €600m to convert Spain’s main urban hubs into smart cities

i-DE, the new branding for Iberdrola's distribution activity in Spain is extending the possibilities of its smart and digitalised network with investments totalling over 600 M€ during the next ten years aimed at helping...

Progress in generation technologies causes an acceleration in the energy transition

Capgemini, has published the nineteenth edition of its annual study, which for the first time goes beyond Europe and becomes the World Energy Markets Observatory (WEMO) report, built in partnership with the I4CE, De...

GPEX 2018 to establish framework for the energy transition

Policy, technological advances and cost reductions have made a cleaner energy mix a reality, and by 2030, Europe is to meet 27% of its total energy demand with renewable energy, and increase its energy...

Mexico, United States and Canada: working together on research for the energy transition

Mexico is collaborating with the United States and Canada in R&D to drive the energy transition, particularly the appropriation, capture and use of carbon as well as the reduction in methane emissions and energy...

New Industry–Academia Partnership Formed to Bring Innovative Storm Outage Prediction Technology to Utilities

Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, today announced an exclusive long-term partnership with the University of Connecticut (UConn) and Eversource Energy to combine the companies’ storm outage prediction technology to create a...

Schneider Electric actively develops its programme to fight energy poverty

Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, and the European Policy Centre, an independent, not-for-profit think tank with the support of the King Baudouin Foundation, announce the launch of the Energy...

Kick-off for MIGRATE: International project investigates requirements for Europe’s future electricity grid

25 consortium partners from 13 European countries, including twelve transmission system operators (TSO), as well as universities and research institutions, jointly launched the MIGRATE project in Brussels on 20 January. The project name is...

Sustainable and innovative energy solutions for cities, at the CEPPI project website

The CEPPI project website has been launched to showcase the sustainable energy solutions lead by the five participating cities – Birmingham (UK), Budapest (Hungary), Castelló and Valencia (Spain), and Wrocław (Poland) – and supported by...