For European Sustainable Energy Week 2017, the European Copper Institute, in partnership with the CEN/CENELEC Sector Forum on Energy Management (SFEM), is hosting a high-level policy conference workshop on energy audit obligations.
A new White Paper—Residential Electrical Safety: How to Ensure Progress—offers a comprehensive analysis of domestic electrical safety across the EU. It was authored by the Forum for European Electrical Safety (FEEDS) and produced by ECI in conjunction with the International Federation for the Safety of Electricity Users (FISUEL).
The hors concours section of the sixth Copper and the Home international design award demonstrates the incredible ability of copper and its alloys to blend with and complement the aesthetic choices of different designers, representing an exciting cross-section of the design world’s latest trends.
The International Copper Association is presenting innovative copper-based solutions for clean energy and the green economy at CEM8 this week in Beijing.
The winners of the sixth Copper and the Home design award have been announced in a prize ceremony at Italy’s Salvioni Milano Durini Showroom.
Copper Development Association will make an invited presentation—Metals in Marine Environments: Corrosion Behaviour and How to Spot It—to the International Institute of Marine Surveying at this year’s Seawork International Show and Conference in Southampton, UK, with a focus on the strong contribution copper alloys can make to marine engineering.
A new online Passenger Car Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Calculator Tool, commissioned by the European Copper Institute, is now available for use.
Today, 12 European organisations have presented the Report “DecarbEurope 2017: Connecting technologies for a cleaner future”. The publication is a first landmark of this multi-partner and multi-channel campaign to decarbonise Europe. In 120 pages, the report takes you on a journey to 10 cost-effective technical solutions that each can reduce European greenhouse gas emissions by several hundred million tons per year.
The European Copper Institute (ECI) and its network of national associations in Europe, collectively part of the Copper Alliance, bring together the copper industry to develop markets for copper, ensure fair market access for copper products and support the copper industry’s license to operate. Its newly-published report presents our association’s main activities in 2016 and describes, where appropriate, how they fit into the European legislative agenda.
In an increasingly decentralised and renewable electricity system, the demand side will need to play a major role. The aim of the Smart Energy Summit, held in Brussels on 6th April, was to discuss how to take smart energy forward in Europe and beyond, define current and future contributions to demand-side flexibility from industry, commercial and residential consumers, provide a snapshot of the demand side landscape in Europe, and discuss policy implications. It was convened by Frauke Thies of the Smart Energy Demand Coalition and Hans De Keulenaer from ECI.