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  • The European Commission unveiled new strategies for energy system integration and hydrogen that are designed to be key investment pillars of Europe’s Green Deal and also its post-Covid19 recovery.
  • "Creating A Digital Ecosystem For The Energy Sector" webinar wrap up

    06 Jul 2020 Areti Ntaradimou, Content Director, Enlit Europe
    Read this wrap up piece about the webonar co-organised by Enlit Europe, the EU Sustainable Energy Week and the Alliance for the Internet of Things Innovation.
  • The amount has been invested into the Welsh economy as a result of marine technology to-date, and £27.5 million in the last year, according to a new report by industry association Marine Energy Wales.
  • Episode 1 will debate Carbon Capture’s role in the energy transition, exploring the possibilities for carbon capture to unlock flexibility in the power system and much more. Register for free!
  • MAN Energy Solutions has completed the expansion of the ‘Sund’ power plant near the Faroese capital Tórshavn and successfully handed the plant over to local energy supplier, Elfelagið SEV.
  • E.ON and thyssenkrupp have partnered to link hydrogen electrolysis facilities to the electricity market in Germany via a virtual power plant.
  • Climate policies are likely to impact harder on the low-income population in the short term, unless they are accompanied by targeted mitigation measures.
  • Iberdrola is expanding its presence in the Swedish energy market by acquiring a majority stake in eight projects that are set to be developed in the country.
  • Read the contribution to our latest What If…? question from Enlit Europe’s Utility & Partner Liaison, Rogier Kuttschreuchter.
  • Sign up to join the Clean Hydrogen Episode 1 - Hydrogen’s Role in the EU Climate-Neutral 2050 Goal.
  • Watch the interview with Davide Rubini, Head of Regulatory Affairs for the Energy Markets in South and Eastern Europe, Shell, and Enlit Europe Content Director Patrick Bauduin.
  • Italian-based multinational energy infrastructure company Snam has partnered with five international funds to enter the United Arab Emirates’ energy market.

Silver Partners

  • Itron
  • Nodes
  • Solar turbines

 

Global Knowledge Partner

  • Enel Foundation

 

Sponsors

  • Bureau Veritas
  • Inea
  • NXP
  • Pietro Fiorentini
  • RAD
  • Schneider Electric
  • Sféra
  • Sumitomo
  • Uniper
  • Valmet Technologies

Initiate Sponsor

  • TU Berlin