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|| Live Webinar: State of Renewable Energies in Europe
||Renewables Academy AG (RENAC)
|| 2019/03/27 11 CET
|| 2019/03/27 12 CET
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|| As a member of the EurObserv’ER project, RENAC invites you to join the free live webinar presenting the main results of the recently released annual report “The State of renewable energies in Europe” (18th edition).
In this 1-hour live webinar, you will learn among other results:
> whether the EU is still able to reach its 2020 targets,
> which countries create the most jobs and turnover,
> which RES sectors are most dynamic in terms of investment,
> RE price and cost developments in the European Union,
> how much fossil fuel use and import costs were avoided through the use of renewable sources of energy in the European Union.
Beyond, information is provided on innovation and competitiveness and on indicators measuring the flexibility of the electricity system of EU member states.
Wednesday, March 27th @ 11:00-12:00 CET, online
Your local time: http://bit.ly/timeanddate-webinar
Register now to join the free webinar: http://bit.ly/webinar-eurobserver
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Roman Buss
Renewables Academy AG (RENAC)
+49 (0) 30 526 895 883
Since 1999, EurObserv’ER has regularly been publishing market reports (Barometers) containing energy data reflecting dynamics in renewable sources of energy in 10 sectors (solar PV, wind, hydropower, geothermal energy, biogas, solid biomass, biofuels, heat pumps, small hydro, renewable waste) within the EU-28 and worldwide. The annual barometer and this webinar has been prepared by Observ'ER in the scope of the EurObserv’ER project, which groups together Observ'ER (FR), the Renewables Academy (DE), ECN part of TNO (NL), Frankfurt School of Finance and Management (DE), Fraunhofer-ISI (DE) and Statistics Netherlands (NL). This project is funded by the European Union.
You can find more information on RENAC and the EurObserv’ER project here: https://www.renac.de/projects/current-projects/eurobserver/