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Towards an EU Energy Union that Works: Time to Deliver
Policy - Papers
Euroheat & Power welcomes today’s publication of the State of the Energy Union Communication, an important early milestone in the journey towards a new energy future for Europe. Following the release of the document earlier today, Managing Director Paul Voss said: “We are of course pleased to see the references to a transformation of the heating sector, reduction of dependence on fossil fuels for heating and the need for increased national support for high-efficiency District Heating and cogeneration."
Transforming Europe's energy system - Commission's energy summer package
Policy - Papers
As part of the Energy Union strategy, the Commission presented proposals to deliver a new deal for energy consumers, to launch a redesign of the European electricity market, to update energy efficiency labelling and to revise the EU Emissions Trading System.
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Euroheat & Power joins District Heating and Cooling international collaboration initiative

Press release
On 27 August 2015, Euroheat & Power, represented by Managing Director Paul Voss, signed the Memorandum of Understanding for enhancing international collaboration in the field of District Heating and Cooling, together with representatives from the International District Energy Association (IDEA), the Korea District Heating & Cooling Association, the China District Heating Association and the Mongolian Ministry of Energy. The initiative is a formal recognition of the need for and commitment to reinforced cooperation and information exchange at global level.
Coalition for Energy Savings: "2030 energy savings target: France raises the bar"

A new law passed by the French Parliament setting a national energy savings goal for 2030 sends a strong signal to the European Commission that it can propose an ambitious EU energy efficiency target for 2030.
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