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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.

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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.

29/01/2020
A new JRC report shows that in more than half of the EU coal regions the switch to clean energy can create more jobs than currently exist in the coal sector.The report follows the adoption of the... read more

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18/11/2016
In the past, the main use of academic and policy-led energy models was to understand the flows of traditional energy resources in the contexts of value for money and security of supply. read more
18/11/2016
ewi Energy Research & Scenarios is a non-profit organization focussing on applied economic research on energy markets and energy policy. We have a team of about 35 people, many of them simultaneously pursuing their PhD at the University of... read more
28/09/2016
What is the potential contribution of sustainable heating and cooling to energy transition in Europe? Well, as a point of departure, let’s bear in mind that heating and cooling account for more than half of the energy used in the EU today. Moreover, as the recently... read more
28/09/2016
How is CHP contributing to Europe’s policy objectives regarding energy efficiency and the decarbonisation of the European energy sector? Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a valuable principle within Europe’s energy efficiency and decarbonisation policy toolkit. CHP... read more
28/09/2016
What are the main current trends on the heat pump market in Europe? Heat pumps are an established technology for heating and cooling as well as hot water production in many EU countries. In some countries, like Norway, Sweden, and Finland heat pumps are the dominant heating... read more

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