The aim of the ERRIN Energy and Climate Change Working Group in 2017 is to stimulate cooperation between ERRIN regions, the European Commission and other associations engaged and active in EU energy & climate policy. A further core aim of the WG in 2017 will be to stimulate discussion and collaboration around the areas of low carbon energy technologies, energy systems, as well as, resulting in greater visibility and profile of the regional dimension in the European energy and climate policy and funding environment. 

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Ryan Titley
Strategic Planning Manager
ERRIN

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Invest Northern Ireland Brussels Office, Park View, 180 Chaussée d'Etterbeek, 1040 Brussels
Energy Working Group is pleased to invite you to the ERRIN EUSEW 2017 side event on “How do regions deal with energy storage? Successes from the field” on 21st june from 09.00 to 13.30 (venue yet to be confirmed). The event will be an opportunity to look at a few projects on energy storage from East and North Finland, Sweden, Spain and Flanders, and to hear more on EU policy on energy storage (technology) with Luca Polizzi from European Commission's DG RTD. The event will be followed by a...
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