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  1. 18 Nov 2014

    COGEN Europe Recognition Awards 2015: Apply Now!

    Each year COGEN Europe recognises those who have contributed most to cogeneration through outstanding performance and achievement. The COGEN Europe Recognition Awards are an opportunity for individuals and organisations to gain recognition for their achievements in developing, applying and promoting cogeneration, and to demonstrate the strengths and skills of the cogeneration sector in the EU.

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  2. 6 Nov 2014

    High-efficiency CHP to help deliver much-needed network services to electricity system

    To address the challenges of a high level of intermittent renewables in the electricity network, the design of network services and related markets must allow high efficiency market actors to participate. Incorporating these actors enables the network to fully harness the best resources currently available. In addition, the market design should promote high efficiency as part of service provision, as clearly set out in the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and Third Energy Market Liberalisation package.

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  3. 28 Oct 2014

    Energy Efficiency Directive: Guidelines on Comprehensive Assessment and Cost Benefit Analysis

    A new report from Challoch Energy (a member of COGEN Europe) provides valuable guidelines for national decision-makers on how to implement Article 14 of the EU's Energy Efficiency Directive (EED).

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  4. 24 Oct 2014

    COGEN Europe regrets EU leaders' side-lining of energy efficiency in EU 2030 package

    COGEN Europe regrets the side-lining by EU leaders of energy efficiency in the 2030 climate and energy policy framework and urges the incoming European Commission to push for the practical adoption of energy-efficient solutions in Europe.

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  5. 24 Oct 2014

    EU energy security: COGEN Europe calls for swift implementation of Energy Efficiency Directive

    COGEN Europe welcomes the increased focus on heat in the European Commission’s winter ‘stress test’ communication but calls for greater attention to reducing primary energy consumption in industry, the tertiary and residential sectors. Improving energy security in the longer term requires swift and forward-thinking implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive.

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