Comment s’y retrouver dans le labyrinthe des aides et outils financiers européens pour la transition énergétique ? Comment avoir accès aux aides quand on est une petite collectivité ? A qui s’adresser près de chez soi ? Et quel type d’aides? Cet atelier, organisé dans…Learn more
Achieving a smart, socially fair and sustainable energy system requires strong policies, competitive businesses, and technology innovation. Mastering the digital transformation of energy and buildings will be crucial for creating a thriving economy and for the success of the global clean energy transition. Efficiency and renewable energy are at the core of Europe’s commitment to […]Learn more
The European Commission has launched the Clean Energy for EU Islands Initiative to support and strengthen the commitment
to advance the transition on Europe’s islands.
The 4th issue of the PEGASUS Newsletter has been published!
Within the context of the proposed changes within the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027, and specifically the creation of a LIFE sub-programme on the Clean Energy Transition, the European Networks FEDARENE, EUROCITIES, Energy Cities and Climate Alliance carefully considered the opportunities that these changes present to…
This publication gives an overview of the activities developed during the BiogasAction project. It shows positive examples and recommendations to steer the promotion of biogas in the EU, focusing on regional pre-conditions and approaches.
SWEA visited Bwlchwernen Fawr farm to give some advice on the feasibility of utilising one, or both, of the slurry stores to extract biogas for use in a boiler to provide heat for the creamery and milking parlour.
Ynni Anafon has installed a 240kW hydro system on the Anafon river. This has been a tremendous success but unable to facilitate one of the highest wishes of the Abergwyngregyn village – cheaper electricity. Ynni Anafon sought advice from experts and is considering biogas.
This initiative was targeted at the process of persuasion that there was a useful role for AD bringing together representatives of the various UK governmental departments with other stakeholders– including regulators, academics, AD trade bodies, farming bodies and plant designers and manufacturers.