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  1. 28 May 2015

    GrDF joins COGEN Europe

    COGEN Europe is delighted to welcome new member Gaz réseau Distribution France (GrDF). GrDF is a French gas distribution company. It manages the downstream gas network, connecting and delivering gas to around 11 million homes and industries in France.

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  2. 27 May 2015

    Fuel cells offer significant energy efficiency gains over standard heating and cooling technologies, new study finds

    Fuel cell technology offers significant energy efficiency improvements over standard heating and cooling technologies, according to a far-reaching analysis of distributed generation by fuel cells in Europe presented at a high-level lunch in the European Parliament yesterday (26 May) sponsored by MEP Giovanni La Via, chair of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI).

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  3. 20 May 2015

    Micro-CHP uptake will significantly contribute to achieving EU policy goals, new study finds

    Micro-CHP technologies can cut household energy bills by 25-34%, reduce household CO₂ emissions by up to two tonnes per year in 2015 and deliver primary energy savings of up to 25%. But the right EU policy framework must be put in place if their contribution to achieving the EU's energy, climate and competitiveness objectives is to be fully realised, shows a new Delta-ee 'Micro-CHP Benefits Study' launched at the COGEN Europe Annual Conference today.

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  4. 19 May 2015

    The Power of Heat: Industry gathers to hail CHP sector's contribution to EU goals

    As the cogeneration sector gathers in Brussels for the COGEN Europe Annual Conference, the sector's most important annual event, the industry warns that the scope of the EU's upcoming Heating and Cooling Strategy must take into account the wider energy system if it is to be successful.

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  5. 12 May 2015

    EU cogeneration sector can grow under right market and policy conditions – but there's more to do, Snapshot Survey finds

    COGEN Europe's 2015 annual survey of EU cogeneration markets reveals that the sector's ability to help deliver the EU's energy and climate objectives is hampered by the policy flux and regulatory uncertainty currently holding back investment. The survey results, to be presented at the COGEN Europe Annual Conference exploring #thepowerofheat in Brussels on 19-20 May, is a wake-up call for the EU in trying to achieve its energy efficiency objectives.

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