18 October 2017
Current Publication

Autumn 2017

In this issue:

   Brexit and Ireland's energy supply: Time to look seriously to LNG?
by Seán Kelly, Member of the European Parliament

   How Dieselgate must encourage us to leapfrog right into the electric era
by Kathleen Van Brempt, MEP, Former chair of EMIS ("Dieselgate" inquiry committee)

   Electric vehicles: Sparking your interest
by Professor Joeri Van Mierlo, MOBI research group, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

   The EU port policy and green ports
by Rémi Mayet, Deputy Head of the Port and Inland Navigation Unit, European Commission

also:
   eMobility - A future driven by standards
   Smart buildings and electric vehicles
   Resilient European Ports
   Greener Ports and shipping industry
...and much more...

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European Energy Innovation is the communication platform designed with one purpose in mind: to put energy and transport stakeholders in touch with each other.

 

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