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Brussels, Belgium

Europe’s transition to a sustainable and digital society can only happen with a strategic approach to raw materials; from electric mobility and battery storage to renewable energy and energy-efficient buildings, all the way to defence applications, raw materials are essential/indispensable to achieve the EU’s 2050 climate-neutrality ambitions.

Learning from the sun to decarbonise Europe’s power with fusion energy

Brussels, Belgium

Join this EURACTIV Hybrid Conference to discuss the potential of fusion technology for transforming the European energy mix and achieving a green and sustainable energy transition. Questions to be addressed include: - What is the future of fusion energy in Europe? - What could stimulate more investment in this novel Read more…

RE4Industry Knowledge Transfer Seminar Croatia

Zagreb, Croatia

Under the motto “100% Renewable Energies for Energy-Intensive Industries”, RE4Industry brings together with ESEIA a series of Knowledge Transfer Seminars. These will bring European best practices to the forefront and compare with solutions forged by climate pioneers from local industry. 

European Sustainable Energy Week 2023

Brussels, Belgium

The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is taking place in a hybrid format from 20-22 June 2023. Take part online or onsite in Europe's biggest annual conference dedicated to renewables and energy efficiency, where RE4Industry, in joint action with the partner project RETROFEED will be present! Join us at the Read more…

What are the challenges and opportunities for a European “Hydrogen Corridor” ?

Brussels Network Office - International Press Centre 1 Bd Charlemagne // 2nd floor Bd Charlemagne 1, 1000 Brussels, Brussels, Bussels, Belgium

Europe aims to be carbon neutral by 2050, with hydrogen playing a significant role in achieving this goal. By 2030, hydrogen is expected to be widely used in Europe, driving the emergence of a hydrogen market. The H2Med project, supported by Spain, Portugal, Germany and France, aims to create a Read more…