On 5 April 2019, Greek island stakeholders will have an opportunity to learn about the clean energy transition, and strengthen their collaboration on the subject.
With EU islands playing an increasingly important role in Europe's clean energy transition, it is becoming ever more crucial to understand the current challenges island communities are facing in this context.
The 3rd Clean Energy for EU Islands Forum will focus on practical steps towards the decarbonisation of EU islands, including technological solutions and stakeholder engagement techniques.
On 8-9 March 2019, the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat will organise a two-day workshop and roundtable discussions on the islands of Cres and Lošinj. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about climate change, the clean energy transition, financing solutions and innovative technologies.
26 European islands have officially launched their clean energy transition with the support of the European Commission’s Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat. 6 islands will develop and publish their clean energy transition agendas by summer 2019, the other 20 islands will do so by summer 2020.
On 12 February 2019, the Balearic Islands approved a new climate change law that requires their energy to be sourced entirely from renewable resources by 2050. The law includes a phase-out of a coal power plant located on Mallorca by 2025, and foresees climate and energy plans with binding targets for companies and municipalities.
Welcome to the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat’s events page. You'll find up-to-date information on upcoming workshops, Forum’s, technical fairs, webinars and other events around the clean energy transition...
Set on the beautiful island of Lanzarote, the 2nd Clean Energy for EU Islands Forum helped create a better understanding of and between the various actors of the clean energy transition on Europe’s islands, and their ambitions.
The EU Islands Secretariat has today launched a call for expression of interest to EU's islands wishing to receive support to plan, prepare or advance their clean energy transition. The Secretariat will support up to 26 island communities across Europe in developing clear plans for their energy transition.
The Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat has launched a call for expression of interest by islands wishing to receive support on preparing their clean energy transition.
On 6 June 2018, Director General Dominique Ristori announced the creation of the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat at the European Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels.