Energy News
June 2019

EU countries have been cautioned by the European Commission that draft national plans for the coming decade will not meet energy and climate targets set for 2030, with “substantial” flaws in renewables and energy efficiency identified.
Wednesday June 19, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
Germany will join a growing push for an EU-wide target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, increasing the odds that EU leaders could formally agree to the goal this week, according to EU officials.
Monday June 17, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
Italian multinational energy firm Enel has through its subsidiary Enel X signed an agreement with Japanese technology firm Panasonic to expand consumer on-site clean energy generation and the adoption of energy efficiency technologies.
Friday June 14, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, has appointed an Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Manager for its UK and Ireland business.
Wednesday June 12, 2019 |  0 Comments Read More
MEUC Autumn Roadshow 2019 (London)    
3 October 2019
3rd October Guoman Tower Hotel, London
UK Construction Week 2019    
8 October 2019
08–10 October 2019 NEC, Birmingham
Healthcare Estates 2019    
8 October 2019
8th – 9th October 2019 Manchester Central
Smart Buildings Show 2019    
9 October 2019
9th – 10th October 2019 Olympia, London
Education Estates 2019    
15 October 2019
15th – 16th October Manchester Central
MEUC Autumn Roadshow 2019 (Leeds)    
15 October 2019
15th October Leeds Armouries
LuxLive 2019    
13 November 2019
13-14 November 2019 ExCel, London
CIBSE Build2Perform Live 2019    
26 November 2019
26 - 27 November 2019 Olympia, London

 

 

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