16 December 2017
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Winter 2017

In this issue:

   Clean energy for All Europeans – putting energy efficiency first
by Dominique Ristori, Director-General for Energy, European Commission

   One very important step towards energy efficiency
by Bendt Bendtsen, MEP

   A New Dawn for CCS in Europe
by Graeme Sweeney, Chairman of the European Zero Emission Technology and Innovation Platform (ZEP)

   Breaking the silos: An integrated approach to smart energy
by Frauke Thies, Executive Director, smartEn – the European association for smart energy solutions

   Energy efficiency to fight climate change: the vital role of ICTs
by Malcolm Johnson, ITU Deputy Secretary General

   The Data Rush: towards an energy efficient Europe
by oberta D'Angiolella and Cosmina Marian from the Buildings Performance Institute Europe

...and much more...

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