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The United Kingdom has set itself the target of reducing carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 (A, p.4). Within this context the UK will have 85% of its current housing stock in 2050 and there is a need to improve the energy efficiency of these homes in the face of rising energy costs (A, p.4). Emissions from buildings account for “43% of the UK’s total greenhouse gas emissions” (B) and fuel poverty, where a household have to spend over 10% of their income on energy for heating, is emerging as a pressing social issue with over five million households currently affected (C, p.5). In light of these issues the UK government has launched a scheme called the ‘Green Deal’ with the aim of helping households increase the energy efficiency of their homes and save money “under which 14m homes could be fitted with insulation and other energy-saving measures” (D). The scheme is also expected to create new jobs across the supply chain with government estimates that it could create “65,000 new jobs” (D).
The European Energy Centre (EEC) is pleased to announce that all renewable energy organisations connected with the EEC can promote their products and services at this prestigious event. We are pleased to offer this service to increase even further the visibility of those organisations.
To show products and services - free of charge - at the All Energy 2011 exhibition, through the stand of the European Energy Centre, organisations should send their brochures/flyers to the EEC by Wednesday 18th May 2011 (parcels should not exceed 2 Kgs). If wishing to display equipment, please get in touch as soon as possible.
“Getting Ready for Renewable Energy- GND[i]”, an important international conference, took place in the Indian city of Pune[ii] in December 2009.
The prestigious conference ‘Getting Ready for Renewable Energy – Green New Deal’ run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the European Energy Centre (EEC) will take place at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, UK, on the 21 January 2011 with a number of high profile delegates and speakers from around the world expected to attend.
The objectives of the conference, which seeks to explore the opportunities for partnership between Europe in renewable energies include:
- Opportunities for individuals entering the renewable energy sector
- Options and opportunities for companies expanding in the renewable energy market
- Company requirements to meet CO2 emission targets
- Comparison and choosing between Renewable Energies
- Investment potential for both the economy and the environment
- How to apply for grants and funding for green energy projects