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ESMIG finds the proposal for a revised Electricity Directive timely and necessary. We share the view of the European Union that all consumers should be the focus of European Union...Read more
During Sustainable Energy Week 2017, ESMIG, together with T&D Europe, hosted a panel discussion on the Free Flow of Energy Data. Representatives of different stakeholders – consumers, utilities, aggregators, EU...Read more
In the document attached, we propose several changes to the European Commission text on a revised Energy Efficiency Directive, published in November 2016 as a part of the Clean Energy...Read more
To: Members of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee & of the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety committee of the European Parliament EU Ministers of the Transport, Telecommunications and...Read more
FREE FLOW OF ENERGY DATA — EMPOWERING CONSUMERS AND IMPROVING NETWORK MANAGEMENT Wednesday, 21 June, 18:00 - 19:00, Residence Palace (Brussels) Register via the EUSEW website The objective of the...Read more
The CEER public consultation document sets out draft advice on how to provide national regulatory authorities to identify regulatory models with incentive schemes that best fit the challenges of the...Read more
ESMIG members welcome the proposals for a revision of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) as parts of the “Clean energy for...Read more
This interview was conducted by Synergy for their "Talk Community Interviews" series and is available here. What are the main challenges that you see in the Smart Energy Sector? We...Read more
*/ Synergy (organiser of the yearly European Utility Week conference and exhibition), represented by Paddy Young and ESMIG (The European voice of smart energy solution providers), represented by Willem Strabbing,...Read more
Many studies have already been performed on Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) disturbances and have our constant attention. The metering industry is continuously checking the occurrence of new phenomena to understand...Read more