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European Network of Regional GhG Emissions and Energy Watch


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Workshop/Webinar on Monitoring Energy Use in Transport, in Bilbao, 16 October 2014

In the framework of the COOPENERGY and DATA4ACTION European IEE projects, a Thematic Workshop took place on Thursday 16th October in Bilbao, Spain.The theme was: INSTRUMENTS AND METHODOLOGIES FOR REGIONAL AND LOCAL PLANNING, MODELLING AND MONITORING IN THE AREA OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND TRANSPORT. . Find in the Members Area the video recording of the […]


Consultation of Local & Regional Authorities: European Earth Observation topics of interest?

NEREUS, the network of European Regions Using Space Technologies,  jointly with the European Space Agency, would like to better identify the needs of local and regional authorities (LRAs) when using Copernicus (formerly GMES): the European Earth Observation Programme. While delivering satellite-based services and information on the state of our environment and security purposes, it contributes […]


ENERGee-Watch is presenting at the INSPIRE Conference 2014 in Denmark this June!

We are pleased to inform you that the abstract we submitted to present ENERGee Watch at this year’s conference has been selected! It will be presented by our ENERGee Watch technical adviser Pierrick YALAMAS, from the regional energy agency of Rhône-Alpes (RAEE), working on the Rhône-Alpes Energy and GHG Observatory (OREGES). What is the INSPIRE […]


User satisfaction survey on the quality of statistics produced by Eurostat

From EUROSTAT:   How should we ensure that we are meeting your needs? The best way is to ask you directly and we would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to respond to the following questionnaire: ->http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/ipm/forms/dispatch?form=ESTATuserSurvey2014&lang=en This survey is an opportunity for us to better understand why and how you use European statistics […]


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