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In the SETIS Newsroom you can find links to the most recent news on SET-Plan technologies and information about SET-Plan stakeholders, in addition to upcoming events in Europe and beyond dealing with topics of interest to the renewable energy community. This section also contains links to the SET-Plan Calendar, where you can find information on upcoming meetings of the European Industrial Initiatives and the SET-Plan Sherpa and Steering Groups in addition to SETIS workshops & hearings. This section also contains links to archived news and events.

Newsroom

The News section provides the most recent news and announcements on related energy issues, as well as interviews with key stakeholders in the energy field and regular articles on SET-Plan activities and related low-carbon technologies.

25/11/2019
The Commission’s internal Low Carbon Energy Observatory (executed by the JRC for the DG Research and Innovation) provides neutral assessments on the state of the art, research and innovation... read more
19/11/2019
The Integrated Strategic Energy Technologies (SET) Plan Action 6 focuses on “making EU industry less energy and resources intensive, more carbon-neutral and competitive“.The SET Plan aims... read more
Source : www.iea.org
14/11/2019

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28/10/2019
Let’s look at the EPBD: ‘Nearly zero-energy buildings (NZEB)’ means a building that has a very high energy performance… The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable... read more
28/10/2019
Energy use in buildings is a main contributor to the depletion of natural resources and responsible for numerous emissions affecting the quality of global, regional, local and indoor environments. As new-build rates are very low (and with regard to... read more
28/10/2019
‘Decarbonised’ building stock is where carbon emissions are brought close to or below zero, by reducing energy needs and ensuring that the remaining needs are met as far as possible by zero-carbon, renewable sources. This approach allows various... read more

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