The International Renewable Energy Forum 2018 will to take pace on 7-8 June 2018 in Vienna

On 7-8 June 2018, ICT Solutions will organise the International Renewable Energy Forum 2018 which will bring together renewable energy experts, professionals and leaders from across the world.

The two-day event will take place in Vienna, Austria and will cover a number of key topics which includes:

  • New European Climate and Energy Framework 2030
  • Insights on Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreement (Corporate PPA)
  • Market and Industry Trends in Renewable Energy and Emerging Markets
  • Climate Investments in Europe after Brexit
  • Access to finance for green investments
  • Project financing of renewable energy with and without long term price security
  • Renewable Energy Investment in Europe in Biomas

EUBIA is proud to be a media partner at the International Renewable Energy Forum 2018. Members of EUBIA will receive a 20% discount when purchasing a ticket. Further information is available here.

Supporting start-ups and SMEs in the energy transition 21st February 2018, Brussels.

The event ‘Supporting start-ups and SMEs in the energy transition’ is taking place the 21st of February in Brussels. This event constitutes an unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors, policy-makers and change-makers to build new collaborations and share thoughts on how to boost innovation. It will be organised between the International Climate Show and the Jacques Delors Institute, being within the EU Industry Days.

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ECO-BIO 2018: Team up to accelerate the global bioeconomy, 4-7 March in Dublin

ECO-BIO 2018 will bring together all concerned with the bioeconomy – including delegates from academia, industry, government and NGOs –  to share the latest in scientific and technological advances, impact assessment, innovation and valorisation in biobased products and processes.

A comprehensive programme includes more than 20 plenary and invited speakers, forum discussions, contributed short talks and posters plus company visits.

Speakers include: Mark Ferguson, Director General, Science Foundation Ireland; Rob van Leen, Chief Innovation Officer, DSM, The Netherlands, Roberto Rinaldi, Imperial College London and Goncalo Pereira, UNICAMP, Brazil

The conference is an excellent opportunity to make new research partnerships and to learn of the latest advances in industrial biotechnology.

EUBIA’s members will have a discount for the event.

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European Energy Efficiency Conference 1st of March in Wels/Austria

The European Energy Efficiency Conference is taking place the 1st of March in Wels/Austria within the World Sustainable Energy Days (28th February- 2nd March).

The Programme of the Energy Days also includes Technology Innovation: Energy and Buildings, E-Mobility & Smart Buildings, Energy Efficiency Policy Workshop, Young Energy Efficiency Researchers Conference, Technical site visits: Building Innovations.

Find here the programme of the event.

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BREXIT – Implications for Energy Market Participants 19th February in London

A conference on Brexit and its implications for Energy Market Participants will be taking place on the 19th of February in London.

Several topic will be covered on the event related to Energy in the UK, including energy security, UK’s post-brexit energy policy, investment in the UK energy sector and regulation and green targets after Brexit.

Please find here more about this event.

Circular Economy Stakeholders Conference 20th – 21st January

The Circular Economy Stakeholders Conference is taking place the 20th – 21st January in Brussels.

The conference will tackle the Strategy for Plastics within the Circular Economy. The Breakout sessions will focus on: Chemicals-Products-Waste Interface: Achieving Non-Toxic Materials Flows, Circular Solutions for the Low-Carbon Transition, How to Ensure that the Bioeconomy Contributes to the Circular Economy, Towards an EU Product Policy Framework Contributing to the Circular Economy, SMEs in the Circular Economy [including Official Launch of the European Resource Efficiency Knowledge Centre], Sustainable Construction – Progressing Towards a More Circular Economy.

Moreover, there will be also a plenary session on how to achieve the objectives and about what are the perspectives ahead.

Please find here more information about the event.

European Industry Day 2018 on 22-23 February 2018

The Second European Industry Day 2018 is taking place on 22-23 February 2018.

The event will consists on: the 22nd of February there will be workshops by stakeholder from all the sector of industry and research and innovation community and the 23rd of February there will be a high-level conference with experts on the field. Moreover, there will be events organised by organisations companies and public authorities under the name of ‘European Industry Week’.

Please find more information about the event here.

ENRD Workshop on ‘The Future CAP: towards a Performance-based Delivery Model’

This ENRD workshop on ‘The Future CAP: towards a Performance-based Delivery Model’ is taking place the 30th of January in Brussels. It will bring together Managing Authorities (MAs) and Paying Agencies (PAs) to discuss a possible new delivery model in rural development based on performance.

Please find more information about the workshop here.

Drilona Shtjefni, Deputy-Secretary of Eubia, Chairman of the Biopolymers Summit 14th-15th February

The Deputy-Secretary General of EUBIA, Drilona Shtjefni is going to be the Chairman of the Biopolymers Summit that is taking place the 14th-15th of February in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The confirmed topics for the Summit are:

  • Environmental Policy Impact on Biopolymer Industry
  • Brand Owners and Retailers Perspective on the Growing Role of Biopolymers
  • Polymer Fundamentals: the Best Performing Features of the Design and Properties of Biodegradable polymers
  • Commercialisation & Market Access
  • Next Generation Polymers: Biopolymers with Advanced Functionalities for High Performance Applications
  • Pioneering New Processes & Technologies
  • Biopolymers Producers Case Study: Exploring the Excellence
  • Challenges of Sourcing Sustainable Feedstock used in Production of Bio– based Polymers

Please find here more information about the event.

Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking Event, 17th April 2018 in Brussels

The Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking Event will be taking place the 17th of April 2018.

The BBI JU is focused on promoting a productive, sustainable biomass, optimise efficient processing and viability for biorefineries as well as in the markets, products and policy framework.

The BBI JU working plan on Call for Proposals is available in their website.

More information of the BBI JU Annual Work Plan and Budget 2018 can be found here.

Please find here more information about the event.