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Mr Anthony Cellier

Member of the French National Assembly, Rapporteur of the "Energy Climate" bill

What is France’s energy and climate strategy today? I usually say that the climate challenge is global. Part of the solution is European. An example must be set on a national level. With the Energy-Climate Act, which entered into force on November 8th and on which I was a rapporteur, France declared a state of […]


Mrs Ditte Juul Jørgensen

Director General of DG Energy European Commission (DG ENER)

The challenges of the European energy policy for the next five years A new European Commission, the Executive Government of the European Union (EU), commenced its work on 1 December 2019, chaired by Ursula von der Leyen. For the duration of this five-year term, one of the political priorities is abundantly clear: that of the […]


Mrs Véronique LACLEF & Mrs Laetitia KERGOZOU de la BOESSIERE

General Secretary, CIAC INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES, VERTPOM® Cybersecurity Project Manager

Vous êtes l’une des seules sociétés, voir la seule, à développer une solution ‘’Smart Grid’’ de comptage intelligent multi fluides, quels sont les points innovants et différenciants de votre application ? Actuellement, la clientèle nationale est équipée soit de compteurs mécaniques soit de compteurs électroniques pour les clients en électricité. Ces compteurs ne font que mesurer […]


Dr. Tom Vöge

Head of European Affairs of the International Chamber of Commerce in the EU Institutions

Could you introduce us the International Chamber of Commerce? And the reasons for a representation in Brussels today? The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is the world’s largest business organisation, representing more than 45 million companies in over 100 countries; its core mission is to make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere. Through a […]


The European Parliament declares climate emergency

Commission must ensure all proposals are aligned with 1.5 °C target EU should cut emissions by 55% by 2030 to become climate neutral by 2050 Calls to reduce global emissions from shipping and aviation     EU should commit to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at the UN Conference, says Parliament. Ahead of the […]


Mrs Frida KIENINGER

Campaign Officer Food & Water Europe

IS THE EU ON TRACK TO GET EUROPE OFF FOSSIL GAS? When we talk about climate change, it is clear what is at stake: The task of making sure that our children will still grow old on a livable planet, ensuring that the Earth stays within a temperature range that allows survival of a rich […]


Mr Jean François CARENCO

President of the French Commission for Energy Regulation (CRE)

“I want Europe to become the first climate neutral continent by 2050”, thus began Ursula von der Leyen’s inaugural speech before the European Parliament in July 2019.   The ambition is therefore given at the European Union level, which has acquired over the decades a structuring power in environmental matters. This ambition is also supported […]


Dr Georgios AMANATIDIS

Research administrator, Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies, European Parliament

NATIONAL PLAN: “ENERGY & CLIMATE” The Paris Agreement requests from its signatory Parties to update by 2020 their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) by increasing their level of ambition, as well as to define their long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction target for 2050. As part of this update, the European Parliament (EP) called in its […]


Mr Jean-Luc BARADAT, CEO of 450

A new European currency dedicated to the fight against climate change

Could you introduce to us your company and your point of view on the European Green Deal objectives? Our company, 450 is a start-up that introduces a new currency dedicated to the fight against climate change as part of the financing of an H2020 research project under the number #768774 To succeed in the execution […]


Does the digital sector exhaust the resources of our planet?

Amazon a récemment annoncé la construction de trois nouveaux sites de production d’énergies renouvelables dédiés à l’alimentation de ses centres de données aux États-Unis (en Caroline du Nord) et au Royaume-Uni (Écosse). Le géant du e-commerce compte s’appuyer sur les énergies éolienne et solaire pour réduire ses émissions de gaz à effet serre. Dans le […]