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20 August 2020

HYDROPOWER EUROPE’S 2nd Stakeholder Online Consultation is Now Open

On 28 July 2020 HYDROPOWER EUROPE launched its second online consultation aiming at the establishment of priorities for the research and innovation actions listed withinthe Research & Innovation Agenda and the Strategic Industry Roadmap. The consultation process closes at the end of October 2020.

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29 July 2020

Welcome On Board Tomas Bata University!

We are pleased to announce that a new member has joined EASE: Tomas Bata University (TBU). Welcome on board!

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20 July 2020

Hydrogen: The Energy Storage Technology Everyone is Talking About

Green hydrogen can play an important role in decarbonising industry, mobility, heating, gas and electricity system by substituting energy from fossil fuels. EASE has been investigating hydrogen’s opportunities and challenges thanks to the work of its Task Force on Power-to Gas and Biofuels.

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07 July 2020

Energy Storage and the COVID-19 Recovery: Time for Policymakers to Step Up Their Commitments

As the most critical period of the COVID-19 crisis has passed, we can now start to reflect on the impact of the pandemic, identify lessons learned, and begin the hard work of reinvigorating the economy and accelerating our efforts to fight climate change.

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30 June 2020

Energy Storage Sector Calls on EU Policymakers to Commit to 2030 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions Target of 55% Compared to 1990

By the end of 2020, the European Commission intends to present a comprehensive plan to increase the EU 2030 climate target. The energy storage industry is committed to supporting a socially just and cost-effective energy transition with high levels of ambition.

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03 June 2020

Storage Stories: EASE First External Newsletter is Now Online

EASE published its first newsletter "Storage Stories": an overview of selected energy storage hot topics, sent directly to your mailbox three times per year.

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02 June 2020

Energy Storage and Transport: What’s the Connection?

Let’s start with the bad news: the transport sector is the only European sector in which greenhouse gas emissions have risen since 1990. Now, the good news: it is possible to reduce these emissions.

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