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14-01-2015 - 17:04
Extraordinary meeting of the ITRE Committee: Creation of a European Energy Union, Presentation by the Vice-President of the Commission for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic

ITRE Committee Meeting will be held on Monday 20 April 2015 (15.00 - 18.30) in JAN 4Q2, Brussels.



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Public hearing on the internal energy market as a pillar for Energy Union

16-04-2015 - 18:15
ITRE

A public hearing with experts on energy issues will be organised by the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy on 20.04.15. The first debate will focus on the integration of electricity and gas markets, solutions to eliminate obstacles, and ways of enhancing energy security through the Energy Union. The second debate will look at the role of domestic energy production, securing interconnections, the market for electricity from renewables, and markets aspects of emissions reduction.

Exchange of views with Commissioners in ITRE Committee

07-04-2015 - 11:28
Committee meeting

On14 April 2015 the ITRE Committee welcomed Elżbieta Bieńkowska, Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship  and SMEs, and Jonathan Hill, Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union. Mrs Bieńkowska outlined EC strategic goals and industrial policy plans for 2015. Mr Hill presented Green paper on capital Markets Union.

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14-04-2015 - 15:06
ITRE Meeting
14-04-2015 - 10:03
ITRE Meeting

Welcome words

J. Buzek

With reindustrialization as the overarching aim, the ITRE Committee will have four priority areas on which to concentrate.

First of all, we must ensure that EU’s legal and economic framework enables the European industrial sector to become more innovative. This will require adapting and mobilizing EU’s R&D and education programs to effectively respond to the actual needs of the industry.

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