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CEDEC Congress 2017 - Clean energy for all ? Diversity leading to security

Energy, Environment and Climate - Webinars
Date: Monday, 09 October 2017 - Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Venue: EU Thon Hotel, Brussels

CEDEC Congress (10/10/2017): CLEAN ENERGY FOR ALL ? - Congress Program

CEDEC Congress 2017

 Clean energy for all ?

Diversity leading to security

 EU Thon Hotel, Brussels

CEDEC, the European federation of local energy companies, is pleased to invite you on 10 October 2017 at the occasion of its annual strategic Congress, at the EU Thon Hotel in Brussels.

As for our previous congresses, an ambitious program with top-level speakers will be presented to an audience of high-level representatives of EU-Institutions, managers and shareholders of local and regional energy companies, and other energy & climate experts.

The evening of 9 October (at 19:00) will offer an exceptional networking opportunity, with a walking dinner at the "Musée de la Bande Dessinée" (rue des Sables 20, 1000 Bruxelles).

Click HERE to see the program of the congress.

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This online event will provide an outlook into how local authorities have already seized the opportunities offered by biogas.

- See more at: http://www.cedec.com/en/events/sections/cedec-events/webinar-invitation-how-to-boost-local-gas-production-from-biomass-or-waste-water-inspiration-from-bi#sthash.uKFgQRh4.dpuf

In the future, biogas could play a big role in cities’ energy mix. Gas is currently underexposed in the debate on the future sustainable energy system, green gas and other sustainable gases are rarely mentioned in policy documents or legislation and only few Member States have set targets for it. Nevertheless, there is a lot of potential in biogas production. The underrepresentation of gas in the future energy design would be a missed opportunity as it provides irreplaceable characteristics and benefits. Biogas helps cities set up a circular economy and reach their climate and energy targets, while reducing the need for external gas imports. It also brings flexibility in the energy system, as it can be complementary with electricity.

This online event will provide an outlook into how local authorities have already seized the opportunities offered by biogas.

- See more at: http://www.cedec.com/en/events/sections/cedec-events/webinar-invitation-how-to-boost-local-gas-production-from-biomass-or-waste-water-inspiration-from-bi#sthash.uKFgQRh4.dpuf

In the future, biogas could play a big role in cities’ energy mix. Gas is currently underexposed in the debate on the future sustainable energy system, green gas and other sustainable gases are rarely mentioned in policy documents or legislation and only few Member States have set targets for it. Nevertheless, there is a lot of potential in biogas production. The underrepresentation of gas in the future energy design would be a missed opportunity as it provides irreplaceable characteristics and benefits. Biogas helps cities set up a circular economy and reach their climate and energy targets, while reducing the need for external gas imports. It also brings flexibility in the energy system, as it can be complementary with electricity.

This online event will provide an outlook into how local authorities have already seized the opportunities offered by biogas.

- See more at: http://www.cedec.com/en/events/sections/cedec-events/webinar-invitation-how-to-boost-local-gas-production-from-biomass-or-waste-water-inspiration-from-bi#sthash.uKFgQRh4.dpuf

In the future, biogas could play a big role in cities’ energy mix. Gas is currently underexposed in the debate on the future sustainable energy system, green gas and other sustainable gases are rarely mentioned in policy documents or legislation and only few Member States have set targets for it. Nevertheless, there is a lot of potential in biogas production. The underrepresentation of gas in the future energy design would be a missed opportunity as it provides irreplaceable characteristics and benefits. Biogas helps cities set up a circular economy and reach their climate and energy targets, while reducing the need for external gas imports. It also brings flexibility in the energy system, as it can be complementary with electricity.

This online event will provide an outlook into how local authorities have already seized the opportunities offered by biogas.

- See more at: http://www.cedec.com/en/events/sections/cedec-events/webinar-invitation-how-to-boost-local-gas-production-from-biomass-or-waste-water-inspiration-from-bi#sthash.uKFgQRh4.dpufv

 

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