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. 

Work Plan
WORKING GROUP LEADER
Charles Abbott
Scotland Europa
Ludovico Monforte
Union Camere Lombardia
Irene Palomino Antolín
Extremadura Goverment
Emilia Pernaa
West Finland European Office
Solveig Skåravik
Oslo Region
Eelko Steenhuis
Northern Netherlands

Last Working Group Meeting

Unioncamere Lombardia, Place du Champ Mars 2, 1050 Brussels
The Energy and Climate Change Working Group is pleased to invite you to the first meeting of this year, which will take place on 14th June from 14.30 at Unioncamere Lombardia (Place du Champ Mars 2, Brussels). The meeting will focus on an initiative that Unioncamere Lombardia, together with the other member regions leading the Energy WG and ERRIN, is looking to undertake with a view to engaging European industries and SMEs in energy efficiency programmes. The meeting aims to explore the...
Polak Room, Residence Palace, Wetstraat 155, 1040 Brussels
The Energy transition is a necessity imposed by climate change, but also an occasion for Europe to transform a major threat into a one-off opportunity to bring the continent to the forefront of the international scene from an industrial, scientific, and political perspective. This session will explore how innovation in clean energy technologies can boost lighthouse ambitions and how the EU can play a decisive role in making all stakeholders joining their force to pull in the same direction. It...
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Energy & Climate Working Plan 2018

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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