The Information System for the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan)
The European Strategic Energy Technology (SET)-Plan aims to transform energy production and use in the EU with the goal of achieving EU worldwide leadership in the production of energy technological solutions capable of delivering EU 2020 and 2050 targets. The move towards a low-carbon Europe requires innovative research, effective strategic planning and an emphasis on timely and appropriate action.
This report presents the results of the assessment for pumped hydropower storage (PHS) in Europe under certain topologies and scenarios. The results show that the theoretical potential in Europe is significant.
A new Communication on Energy Technologies and Innovation presented by European Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger at the SET-Plan Conference in Dublin on May 6, outlines the strategies needed for the EU to have a technology and innovation sector capable of meeting the challenges of 2020 and
The European Union’s Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) needs to be strengthened if it is to meet the evolving energy challenge and transform the European energy system, Giovanni De Santi, Director of the Joint Research Centre’s Institute for Energy and Transport, said at the SET-Plan C
Key players along the entire research and innovation chain will leave the SET-Plan Conference with a renewed sense of determination to achieve SET-Plan objectives, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s Kevin O’ Rourke said in his concluding remarks at the SET-Plan Conference in Dublin on
One of the main themes that emerged at the SET-Plan Conference in Dublin on May 7-8 was the need for a more collaborative approach to research and innovation projects across the European Union.
The European Industrial Bioenergy Initiative (EIBI) of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) is to hold its annual conference in Brussels on June 26. The conference will be held as part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week, which runs from June 24 to 28.