Experts on GHG mitigation are meeting for workshop in Vienna

The main goal of the workshop is to highlight the importance of process industry in radical GHG mitigation, to point out opportunities and hurdles and to identify hotspots for further RD&D. Another key aspect will be the transferring of knowledge to strategic industrial and policy decision makers. Read more »

New paper: Designing Policies and Programmes for Improved Energy Efficiency in Industrial SMEs

In most countries, industrial small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) represent 95% or more of the total number of companies. Thus, SMEs, apart from using energy, are a major driver in the economy with regard to innovation, GDP growth, employment, investments, exports, etc. Despite this, research and policy activities related to SMEs have been scarce, calling for contributions in the field. Read more »

Italy has joined the IETS TCP

As of July 11, 2019, Italy is officially a full member of the IETS TCP. Italy is represented by the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development – ENEA. Two Italian organisations,… Read more »

“2019 is a key year for innovation”

The third IEA TCP universal meeting provided an opportunity for innovators and strategic thinkers to discuss key trends, which will support future IEA activities related to energy technology, research and innovation. Read more »

News from the EUBCE conference

On Monday 27th May in Lisbon, Portugal, the EUBCE 2019, 27th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, opened its door to a record edition with 1,600 delegates from almost 80 countries and 43 exhibitors. Read more »

Successful kick-off for new Annex XVIII

42 participants from 10 different countries participated in a webinar launching the first Task in the new Annex XVIII - Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence and Related Technologies for Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions Reduction in Industry. Read more »

How can digitalization and AI reduce GHG emissions in the process industry?

Digitalization, artificial intelligence and related technologies represent disruptive technologies that could have an important ability to render processes to be much more productive in the future – and with this, result in significant reductions in GHG emissions. A new Annex is now being launched within the IETS TCP aiming at stimulating the adoption of digitalization technologies for energy efficiency improvement and GHG emissions reduction in the process industry. Read more »