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World Energy Outlook 2016

19-12-2016

World Energy Outlook 2016 World Energy Outlook (WEO) is an annual study produced by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which models future global trends in energy based on different policy scenarios. The study looks at how production and consumption of different energy sources is evolving, and considers the likely effects of investment decisions, new technologies, government policies and international agreements. The WEO sheds light on the expected energy trajectory of different regions of the ...

World Energy Outlook 2016 World Energy Outlook (WEO) is an annual study produced by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which models future global trends in energy based on different policy scenarios. The study looks at how production and consumption of different energy sources is evolving, and considers the likely effects of investment decisions, new technologies, government policies and international agreements. The WEO sheds light on the expected energy trajectory of different regions of the world.

Energy Storage: Which Market Designs and Regulatory Incentives Are Needed?

01-12-2015

As presented in the study 'Energy Storage: Which Market Designs and Regulatory Incentives Are Needed?', energy storage is accomplished by various technologies for the release of energy at a later time and potentially involves conversion from one form of energy to another, both before storage and at the time of release. This leaflet presents the key findings of this study. Link to the original publication: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2015/563469/IPOL_STU(2015)563469_EN.pdf

As presented in the study 'Energy Storage: Which Market Designs and Regulatory Incentives Are Needed?', energy storage is accomplished by various technologies for the release of energy at a later time and potentially involves conversion from one form of energy to another, both before storage and at the time of release. This leaflet presents the key findings of this study. Link to the original publication: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2015/563469/IPOL_STU(2015)563469_EN.pdf

Energy Storage: Which Market Designs and Regulatory Incentives are Needed?

15-10-2015

This study analyses the current status and potential of energy storage in the European Union. It aims at suggesting what market designs and regulatory changes could foster further cost reduction and further deployment of energy storage technologies to provide services supporting the Energy Union strategy. This study was prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE).

This study analyses the current status and potential of energy storage in the European Union. It aims at suggesting what market designs and regulatory changes could foster further cost reduction and further deployment of energy storage technologies to provide services supporting the Energy Union strategy. This study was prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE).

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Sergio UGARTE, Julia LARKIN, Bart van der REE, Vincent SWINKELS and Monique VOOGT (SQ Consult B.V.) ; Nele FRIEDRICHSEN, Julia MICHAELIS, Axel THIELMANN and Martin WIETSCHEL (Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI) ; Roberto VILLAFÁFILA (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

EU Energy Governance for the Future

05-02-2015

This in-depth analysis, provided by the Policy Department A at the request of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) aims to explain key features of energy governance in the European Union related to the ITRE Committee’s mandate. This analysis assesses governance in terms of transparency and accountability, effectiveness and coherence.

This in-depth analysis, provided by the Policy Department A at the request of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) aims to explain key features of energy governance in the European Union related to the ITRE Committee’s mandate. This analysis assesses governance in terms of transparency and accountability, effectiveness and coherence.

Proceedings of the Workshop on 'The Assessment of Potential and Promotion of New Generation Renewable Energy Technologies' - Brussels, 22 March 2011

15-03-2011

The aim of the workshop was to assess the potential for the development and deployment of new renewable energy technologies in the field of solar power, ocean energy and geothermal energy. The invited speakers explored the main features of these technologies, their technological capacities, potential and limits, and their environmental impact. They also reviewed the economics of the sector, assessing both capital costs and electricity generation costs.

The aim of the workshop was to assess the potential for the development and deployment of new renewable energy technologies in the field of solar power, ocean energy and geothermal energy. The invited speakers explored the main features of these technologies, their technological capacities, potential and limits, and their environmental impact. They also reviewed the economics of the sector, assessing both capital costs and electricity generation costs.

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Milou Beerepoot (Renewable Energy Division, International Energy Agency - IEA), Ruggero Bertani (Geothermal Business Development, Enel S.p.A.), Anthony Brenninkmeijer (HINICIO), Max Carcas (Pelamis Wave Power, Edinburgh), Luis Crespo (Protermosolar, Spain), Antonio Falcão (Technical University of Lisbon) and Arnulf Jäger-Waldau (EC Joint Research Centre, Ispra)

Workshop Report on "Investing in Low-Carbon Energy Technology in the EU"

15-06-2010

In light of the financing needs identified in the Communication from the Commission on the SET-Plan of November 2009, a workshop was held in the European Parliament on 26 April 2010. It aimed at assessing the experience of public/private investors with investments in innovative energy technologies or projects integrating climate change and eco-efficiency criteria. Discussion focused on the status of clean energy investments markets, factors/criteria influencing decisions and investments into clean ...

In light of the financing needs identified in the Communication from the Commission on the SET-Plan of November 2009, a workshop was held in the European Parliament on 26 April 2010. It aimed at assessing the experience of public/private investors with investments in innovative energy technologies or projects integrating climate change and eco-efficiency criteria. Discussion focused on the status of clean energy investments markets, factors/criteria influencing decisions and investments into clean energy technology, current barriers, possible EU regulatory issues that would promote further uptake and means necessary for improving access to venture capital.

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Karsten Löffler (Allianz Climate Solutions GmbH) ; Guido Agostinelli (Good Energies) and Kirsty Hamilton (ReNewable Energy Finance Project, Chatham House)

Decentralized Energy Systems

14-06-2010

We are moving from a highly-centralized to a more decentralized energy system relying on more distributed generation, energy storage and a more active involvement of consumers through demand response. The present study makes an assessment of the status quo of decentralized energy systems, both in terms of technological developments and the legislative and policy framework. The analysis then discusses the current technical, economic and policy challenges and barriers facing decentralized energy production ...

We are moving from a highly-centralized to a more decentralized energy system relying on more distributed generation, energy storage and a more active involvement of consumers through demand response. The present study makes an assessment of the status quo of decentralized energy systems, both in terms of technological developments and the legislative and policy framework. The analysis then discusses the current technical, economic and policy challenges and barriers facing decentralized energy production. Finally recommendations are provided in terms of the EU legislative and policy framework; infrastructure issues; R&D, investments and technological developments; monitoring and coordination of Member States incentive schemes; and SME support measures.

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

M. Altmann - Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik ; A. Brenninkmeijer, J.-Ch. Lanoix - HINICIO ; D. Ellison, A. Crisan, A. Hugyecz - College of Europe ; G. Koreneff, S. Hänninen, P. Linares - VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Assessment of Potential and Promotion of New Generation of Renewable Technologies

09-06-2010

New renewable energy technologies allow to tap additional potentials such as offshore wind, and to reduce energy generation costs. The present study assesses the ripeness of new renewable technologies and their deployment potentials, which surpass total EU electricity consumption. Markets and industry structures as well as barriers are analysed. The policy assessment and recommendations focus on the coherence, effectiveness and efficiency of the current European financing frameworks and the energy ...

New renewable energy technologies allow to tap additional potentials such as offshore wind, and to reduce energy generation costs. The present study assesses the ripeness of new renewable technologies and their deployment potentials, which surpass total EU electricity consumption. Markets and industry structures as well as barriers are analysed. The policy assessment and recommendations focus on the coherence, effectiveness and efficiency of the current European financing frameworks and the energy regulatory policy. The SET-Plan’s strengths and weaknesses are examined. A workshop was held on 12 April 2010 in the European Parliament aiming at presenting the state of play of the study, gather further expert's contributions as well as exchanging views with MEPs. Two 2 briefing notes were written by experts after their participation to the workshop. Their contribution cover the experience of the research community so far with EU's research and innovation policy in the field of renewable technologies as well as the regional perspective in the deployement of emerging RES.

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik (LBST) : M. Altmann, P. Schmidt, W. Weindorf, Z. Matra ; HINICIO : A. Brenninkmeijer, J.-C. Lanoix, O. van den Kerckhove Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) : C. Egenhofer, A. Behrens, J. Nuñez Ferrer College of Europe (COE) : R. Bleischwitz, A. Crisan EUREC Agency EEIG : Greg Arrowsmith, with the contributions from the EUREC Working Group on Research Policy and Simone Landolina FEDARENE/O.Ö. Energiesparverband : Christiane Egger

Future Energy Systems in Europe

15-10-2009

The European energy sector faces critical challenges in the future. In order to shed light on different pathways towards achieving these goals a number of energy scenarios for the EU27 have been developed within this project. The focus of the scenario building procedure is on the overall energy system, showing how the different elements of the European energy systems interact with each other, and how different combinations of technology choices and policies lead to different overall results. The ...

The European energy sector faces critical challenges in the future. In order to shed light on different pathways towards achieving these goals a number of energy scenarios for the EU27 have been developed within this project. The focus of the scenario building procedure is on the overall energy system, showing how the different elements of the European energy systems interact with each other, and how different combinations of technology choices and policies lead to different overall results. The project explores two essentially different developments of the European energy systems through a so-called Small-tech scenario and a Big-tech scenario. Both scenarios aim at achieving two concrete goals for 2030: reducing CO2 emissions by 50 per cent compared to the 1990 level, and reducing oil consumption by 50 per cent compared to the present level. Among the project recommendations are saving energy (as being less expensive than producing energy), stimulate the development of district heating and district cooling grids to facilitate the utilization of waste heat, large-scale integration of variable renewable energy sources, strengthening and coordinating the European electricity infrastructure, three levels of transformation needed in the transport sector (fuel efficiency, introduction of electric vehicles and modal-change, new resources (the sustainable European biomass for energy purposes, municipal waste). A continued effort is also required to researching and developing technologies (wave and solar power, Carbon Capture and Storage and safe nuclear power).

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Anders Kofoed-Wiuff and Alexandros Filippidis (Ea Energy Analyses, Copenhagen, Denmark) ; Kenneth Karlsson and Sara Moro (Risoe National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark)

Outlook of Energy Storage Technologies

29-02-2008

Εξωτερικός συντάκτης

Dr. Chris Naish Dr. Ian McCubbin Mr. Oliver Edberg Mr Michael Harfoot

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