IEU ENERGY Telegram 28 July 2016


# ENERGY UNION

  • Latest map of key EU cross-border energy infrastructure projects published
  • IEA: Transport, industry and flexibility are the greatest challenges in achieving a carbon-neutral Nordic energy system

# ENERGY REGULATION

  • Joint statement by Europex, Efet and Eurelectric on Demand-Side Response

# ENERGY EFFICIENCY

  • St 10873 2016 Init Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council setting a framework for energy efficiency labelling and repealing Directive 2010/30/EU - Outcome of the European Parliament's proceedings (Strasbourg, 4 to 7 July 2016)
  • A new digital Energy Label - ECOS (European Environmental Citizens Organisation for Standardisation)

# RENEWABLES

  • IEA: Renewable energy continuing to increase market share
  • Investment Plan for Europe: EIB participates in SUSI Renewable Energy Fund II
  • EIB project: HYDRO AND WIND POWER IN STYRIA
  • Improving the Sustainability of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME – Biodiesel)
  • Research Headlines - A user-centred approach to balancing renewable energy supply and demand
  • Renewables Grid Initiative: 6th European Grid Conference - Sustainability and the Power Grid
  • GWEC: Strong expansion before the switch to tendering – German H1 2016 wind power statistics
  • The Guardian: Record 46% of UK's electricity generated by clean energy sources in 2015
  • Case Study – China-Ghana-UNDP Trilateral Cooperation on Renewable Energy - UNDP

# ENERGY DIPLOMACY

  • The Role of the Energy Charter in Promoting Electricity Cooperation in the South Caucasus

# ENERGY SECURITY

  • EBRD Considers TAP Funding - Natural Gas Europe

# NUCLEAR ENERGY

  • Nuclear Power Advocates Now Complain Renewables Are Too Cheap - ThinkProgress
  • The Guardian: Hinkley Point C to go ahead after EDF board approves project
  • The Guardian: Hinkley Point C timeline: all the key moments
  • The Guardian: Hinkley Point C: should the £18bn nuclear power station be built?
  • The Guardian: Resignation of EDF director paves way for Hinkley Point go-ahead
  • Greenpeace: EDF-Konzern fällt Investitionsentscheidung für Hinkley Point C - Milliardensummen für britisches Atomprojekt fehlen bei der Sicherung alter Pannen-AKWs

# GERMAN ENERGY TRANSITION

  • WD 5 - 055/16Mögliche Auswirkungen einer Entscheidung des Bundesgerichtshofs zum Ausgleichs- und Wälzungsmechanismus nach § 19 Absatz 2 Stromnetz-Entgeltverordnung - Analysen und Gutachten der Wissenschaftlichen Dienste 
  • BDEW veröffentlicht Halbjahreszahlen zum Strom- und Erdgasverbrauch
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