14/09: The European renewables industry welcomes the European Commission’s February 2015 Energy Union package. The letter lays out essential building blocks for a governance system to deliver the 2030 renewable energy target cost-effectively. Download HERE .
A contribution from the biomass, geothermal and solar thermal sectors. READ MORE
25/02: The European Commission has launched today its “Framework strategy for a resilient Energy Union with a forward-looking climate change policy”. See HERE the reaction of the Renewable Heating & Cooling Industry.
Brussels, 02 June 2014. AEBIOM, EGEC and ESTIF representing the European Renewable Heating and Cooling industry associations of the biomass, geothermal and solar thermal sectors respectively, welcome the relevance given to renewable heating in the Communication on Energy Security strategy published by the EC. HERE
Brussels, 21 May 2014. AEBIOM, EGEC and ESTIF representing the European Renewable Heating and Cooling industry associations of the biomass, geothermal and solar thermal sectors respectively, state that renewables for Heating and Cooling and EU Security of Supply Save over 20 billion euro annually in reduced fossil fuel imports. Read more HERE
Brussels, 5 February 2014. Heat Coalition – 2030 climate and energy policy framework: the Parliament calls for a heat strategy [HERE]
Brussels, 27 January 2013. Heat Coalition – Common Position “No credible 2030 climate and energy policy framework without heating and cooling” READ MORE
Brussels, 25 November 2013. AEBIOM together with CEPF, COPA-COGECA, EIPS, ELO and EUSTAFOR publish a joint statement on cascade use of wood. Read the PDF version HERE
Brussels, 13 March 2013. AEBIOM together with EURELECTRIC publishes a press release calling for EU wide binding sustainablity criteria for biomass. Read the PDF version [HERE]