EU Observatory on Energy Poverty

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The European Commission published the call for tenders “EU Observatory on Energy Poverty”. The subject matter of the contract is to set up, launch and operate an EU Observatory on Energy Poverty with the aim to map energy poverty in Europe. The key objectives are improving transparency, dissemination of information and providing technical assistance.
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European Commission clarifies ozone ban on intermodal transport containers

source: http://ec.europa.eu/clima/news/articles/news_2013082201_en.htm The European Commission adopted a formal Opinion in the Official Journal of the EU (22nd August 2013) to clarify when the EU’s ban on ozone-depleting substances applies to intermodal containers used in international transport. Indeed, international trade conventions require that the free movement of containers is not restricted, however, the EU’s 2009 Ozone […]

European Statistics Code of Practice – revised edition 2011

Source: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-manuals-and-guidelines/-/KS-32-11-955   The European Statistics Code of Practice for the National and Community Statistical Authorities was first adopted by the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC) in February 2005 and promulgated in the Commission Recommendation COM(2005)217 on the independence, integrity and accountability of the national and Community statistical authorities. The Code is based on 15 […]

Data4Action & ENERGee-Watch Webinar

Webinar – Future Development of Climate, Energy & GhG Observatories – 5th of October 2016, from 10:00-12:00 (Brussels time) The Covenant of Mayors in collaboration with Data4Action will host a webinar which provides a unique opportunity to listen to, and partake, in a discussion in relation to one of the Covenant of Mayors latest developments in […]

Checking national implementing measures notified by national authorities:

Source: http://ec.europa.eu/atwork/applying-eu-law/implementation-monitoring/index_en.htm . EU directives set out results that all EU Member States must achieve. National authorities then have the choice of form and method to meet this result. Directives are used to bring different national laws into line with each other, and are particularly common in matters that affect the operation of the single […]