The Energy and Industry Geography Lab is a tool for geographical data related to energy, industry and infrastructure. The tool makes it possible to find and filter energy-related data, and create and share maps displaying this data. The Energy and Industry Geography Lab enables analyses and assessments that support Europe’s transition to climate neutrality.
The International Methane Emissions Observatory (IMEO) was launched at the G20 Summit, on the eve of the COP26 UN climate conference in Glasgow. IMEO will bring global reporting on methane emissions to an entirely different level, ensuring public transparency on anthropogenic methane emissions. IMEO will initially focus on methane emissions from the fossil fuel sector, and then expand to other major emitting sectors like agriculture and waste.
The catalogue includes examples of Navarran companies that promote a more circular economy and seek international cooperation. If you are interested in being included, contact Montse Guerrero email@example.com
The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) – an initiative of the European Commission - has launched its new website with the aim of becoming the centre of energy poverty expertise in Europe for local authorities and all stakeholders interested in taking action to combat energy poverty. The EPAH website provides a clear explanation of what the Energy poverty advisory hub is and what its aims to achieve in the coming years.
Called DEEP 2.0 it is an open source database for monitoring and comparing the performance of investments in energy efficiency. Its aim is to help users better understand the real risk and benefits of energy efficiency investments based on market evidence and tangible background. The platform includes more than 17,000 energy efficiency projects from 30 suppliers.
The SHERPACK project that received funding from the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking, a public private partnership between the EU and industry, developed a flexible paper based packaging for dry food, such as cereal or coffee. The several layers of this novel material provide barrier and sealing functionality on the one side and added stiffness while decreasing the overall weight on the other.
The 2021-2024 Foreign Action Plan will have as its main mission to position Navarra in Europe and the world as a global actor that seeks alliances and cooperation for the benefit of its community. The deadline to participate is June 27, 2021. Contributions can be made through the following survey, contribution forum of the portal or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Level (s), the new EU sustainability framework for buildings includes aspects of climate resilience. Level (s) is a new European approach to assessing and reporting on the sustainability performance of buildings, throughout the entire life cycle of buildings. Using existing standards, the Level (s) framework with its indicators provides a common language for building sustainability.
The initiative aims to re-develop a robust photovoltaic manufacturing industry in Europe across the entire value chain, from raw materials to recycling, which will capture the additional 20 GW of annual solar demand forecast in Europe for the next decade. This will generate 40,000 million euros of GDP per year and will create 400,000 new direct and indirect jobs throughout the photovoltaic value chain.