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Energy Union: Commission announces its energy strategy for the coming years

Date : February 2015

By Frauke Thies & Giorgia Concas

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Possible improvements to the European Parliament report on the European Energy Security Strategy

Date : February 2015

By Giorgia Concas, Policy Advisor

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Fixing the ill-designed EU Emission Trading Scheme?

Date : February 2015

By Giorgia Concas, Policy Advisor

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European Grid Codes - the crossroads between technical and regulatory aspects

Date : February 2015

By Manoël Rekinger, Senior Technology Advisor

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Facilitating trade for the solar sector

Date : February 2015

By Alexandre Roesch, Head of Regulatory Affairs

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EPIA O&M Task Force is taking shape

Date : February 2015

By Ioannis-Thomas Theologitis, Technology Advisor

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WEBINAR - EPIA teams up with DuPont on Quality Assurance Requirements for Rooftop PV

Date : February 2015

By Ioannis-Thomas Theologitis, Technology Advisor

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EPIA welcomes the new EU funded project: PV Financing!

Date : February 2015

By Myrto Papoutsi, Business Development & Project Officer

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Solar Eclipse on 20 March

Date : February 2015

Every day the sun goes down and yet the grid stays up. Solar power is perfectly predictable. The solar eclipse is an unusual event, but as it is predictable measures are already in place to deal with its implications. In comparison a failure of a large power plant would be more difficult to address, as typically such events occur without warning. Everyday demand is more volatile than the solar eclipse and grid operators are able to keep the system running and have done so for almost a century.

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Joint Statement on the Energy Union: A fresh push for the Internal Energy Market

Date : February 2015

EPIA, together with Eurelectric, Eurogas and EWEA, has issued a Joint Statement calling on the European Commission to maintain their increased focus on energy issues and to ensure competitively priced, secure and sustainable supply of energy.

The letter states that a successful policy framework, based on a coherent Energy Union concept, should focus on three interlocking approaches:

  • Design a cost-efficient, market-based transition to a sustainable energy mix, securing the achievement of Europe’s 2030 targets for renewables, efficiency and emissions reductions

  • Implement and improve market mechanisms to deliver security of supply, including through a holistic market design

  • Deliver a competitive energy system that benefits customers and enables the development of innovative products and services for consumers

Read the Joint Letter here.


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