ponedjeljak, 12. kolovoza 2013.

Energy Strategy for Europe - VIDEOS

 

What do we want to achieve?

 The EU aims to get 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. Renewables include wind, solar, hydro-electric and tidal power as well as geothermal energy and biomass. More renewable energy will enable the EU to cut greenhouse emissions and make it less dependent on imported energy. And boosting the renewables industry will encourage technological innovation and employment in Europe.

Croatian Center of Renewable Energy  Sources (CCRES) 

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Intelligent Energy Europe IEE


The Power to Change

The Power to Change - Promoting renewable electricity in the European Union

Use of wind, solar and hydro power in Denmark, Spain and Germany.
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Do more with less Energy – Boosting Energy efficiency in the European industry

Better energy management and the switch to modern energy-efficiency technologies help small companies across Europe cope with increasing energy costs and environmental regulation.
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Local communities for sustainable energy in Europe

Public communication campaigns organised in Heidelberg (Germany) and Dunkerque (France) encourage citizens to play their part in sustainable energy use.
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Fuelling the future - Promoting Biomass Heating in the European Union


Development and use of modern district and individual domestic heating systems using biomass in Lithuania, Slovenia, and France.
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Making the switch - Promoting Energy Efficient Lighting in the EU


People in Czech Republic, Sweden and Belgium ‘make the switch’ to modern, efficient lighting systems and create new business opportunities .
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European cities promote cycling


Bucharest (Romania), Bolzano (Italy) and Bromley (UK) help promote the bicycle as an alternative to polluting transport and to make cyclists’ lives easier.
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Sustainable cooling helps fight global warming (2007)


Replacing air conditioning systems with more efficient systems and achieve better building designs in Belgium, Germany and Portugal.
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Local biofuel production boosts Europe's green future (2007)


IEE-funded projects encourage the local production and the greater use of biodiesel in Bulgaria, Ireland and Spain.
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Europe's children learn to fight climate change (2007)


Local experts and teachers run fun and informative classes on energy saving in Slovenia, the UK and Belgium.
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Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES)

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