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  1. 3 Jul 2015

    COGEN Europe: Towards an EU Heating and Cooling Strategy

    In the new Energy Union, the European Commission encourages member states to give energy efficiency primary consideration in their energy policies. The Commission stresses that EU energy policy must establish synergies between energy efficiency policies, resource efficiency policies and market design, and it will seek to enshrine these principles in its upcoming European Heating and Cooling Strategy. COGEN Europe and its members believe the following eight points must be included in the scope of the Strategy if it is to be a success.

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  2. 12 Jun 2015

    Local, system-level approach key to delivering EU heating and cooling strategy

    Policymakers drafting the EU's new Heating and Cooling Strategy must take a local approach across the whole energy system if the strategy is to be successful, according to Energy Cities and COGEN Europe.

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  3. 1 Jun 2015

    Invitation to Register: COGEN Europe at EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015

    EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015 is fast approaching (15-19 June). This year COGEN Europe is involved in three events at the EUSEW High-Level Policy Conference in Brussels (16-18 June).

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  4. 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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  5. 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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