+++ Read a report on “The future of onshore wind power” from Ronald Berger +++
+++ ACER finds a mixed picture in the implementation of Infrastructure Projects of Common Interest +++
Month: February 2017
+++ Reminder: Notification obligation for energy producing end users (German only) +++
+++ Start Up Energy Transition Tech Festival will take place on March 20th, 2017 in Berlin +++
+++ Brexit: The Implications for the Internal Energy Market +++
+++ ENTSOG publishes TYNDP 2017 and opens consultation +++
+++ CEER has launched a public consultation on “Incentives Schemes for regulating DSOs, including for Innovation”, you can provide your feedback until May, 5th +++
+++ The Energy Web Foundation: Bringing Blockchain Technology to the Grid +++
The German Association of Energy and Water Industries (Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft – BDEW) is the most important lobby group representing the interests of energy companies to policymakers and the general public in Germany. This year’s BDEW Congress adopted the theme of “Change: new ideas, new formats”.
20 years ago the EU decided to create a free energy market in order to make cross-border trading of electricity and gas easier, more transparent and more efficient. This was a mission that required common rules.