22 September 2017
Current Publication

Spring 2017

In this issue:

   How shipping can contribute to the global climate effort
by Jos Delbeke, Director-General, DG Climate Action, European Commission

   The role of the storage in the future European energy system
by Andreea Strachinescu, Head of Unit "New energy technologies and innovation" - DG Energy - European Commission

   Revolution/evolution in the natural gas markets
by András Gyürk, Member of the European Parliament

   Innovative technologies to lower cost of energy offshore wind farms
by Dr. P.J. Eecen, ECN, R&D Manager Offshore Wind Energy

   What future for hydrogen in shipping?
   LNG as an alternative fuel for the transportation sector
   European forests at a crossroads
   Energy from waste: Looking ahead to the future
...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.


Our quarterly publication is available free to our subscribers in a variety of formats : online; as an e-Magazine; as a pdf download, and of course as a printed magazine. European Energy Innovation provides a stream of high quality, well-written informative articles that will keep you up to date with the latest thinking on energy and transport in Europe - whether you work in the EU institutions, in industry or in academia.


The Earth's climate has always been subject to change. So has the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and even as we strive to understand the extent of Mankind's impact, it seems sensible that individuals, organisations and even governments should do what they can to mitigate the negative effects of such change.


Decarbonising our energy supply might be the single most important objective, but there are many different strategies, technologies and initiatives: European Energy Innovation tells you about them.


A further benefit of improved understanding of our impact upon the planet is our ability to exert a positive effect - we are, after all, stakeholders in the climate and the environment.