The Basque Country present its sustainability agenda during EUSEW
The Economic Development and Infrastructural conselor of the Basque Country’s government and the president of the Ente Vasco de la Energía (EVE), Arantxa Tapia and Iñigo Ansola, CEO of EVE, attendeded the European Union Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels, in which the Basque Country will participate in different events in order to present projects related to Energy Transition.
On 19th June, 2019 the delegation of the Basque Country in Brussels coordinated a meeting of agents performing in the energy field, among them, it is remarkable the attendance of WindEurope that manages the wind energy in Europe, the Ocean Energy Europe network for the development of the ocean energy, Solar Power Europe, EASME -the European agency for the competitivity and innovation-, and including FEDARENE that contributed and participated actively during the session. Likewise, the electric sector is represented by Eurelectric and relevant firms in industrial development in the Basque Country, such as Iberdrola, Siemens Gamesa and Acciona were also represented. In addition, institutional representatives from the Climate, Energy and Maritime affairs from the European Commission attended.
The meeting was quite productive. Many different ideas and knowledge were put on the table by organizations from different backgrounds.
The post The Basque Country present its sustainability agenda during EUSEW appeared first on Fedarene.
News published on FEDARENE – energy agencies
Consult the source
Other news in "Information"
On the 19th of June, during the EU Sustainable Energy Week, project partners and participants of IMEAS and C-track 50 discussed how to achieve a better understanding of interactions between actors at various governance levels – a know (...)
Although the PropTech sector is certainly booming in Europe, fragmentation ad lack of transparency are key challenges affecting the transformation of the industry. Common standards, strong collaboration and transparency are seen as (...)
A floating marine city might sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but these innovative urban developments could soon be taking shape in our world. Technically speaking, the concept of floating cities isn't new. Humans have had (...)