Energy and Climate Change

Energy and Climate Change
Publication | 01 Oct.2007

Bio-energy and the European Pulp and Paper Industry – An Impact Assessment A Summary of the Conclusions of the Report

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Position paper | 01 Mar.2007

CEPI and EMCEF- European Renewable Energy Policies might impact on the Pulp and Paper industry’s competitiveness and jobs

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Publication | 01 Feb.2007

A Bio-Solution to Climate Change

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Press Release | 30 Jan.2007

Just burning wood for energy is a waste, says Paper Industry. Wood for paper first adds value and retains jobs

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Press Release | 12 Jan.2007

Energy package a bit step in the right direction, says Paper Industry but renewable energy roadmap missing the point on biomass

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Position paper | 25 Sep.2006

WWF and CEPI recommendations for an effective implementation of European Renewable Energy Sources (RES) policies

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Position paper | 22 Sep.2006

Urgent measures are required to improve the functioning of electricity and gas markets

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Position paper | 20 Mar.2006

Position on the use of biomass for energy and biofuels

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Position paper | 01 Feb.2006

WWF and CEPI recommendations for an effective implementation of European Renewable Energy Sources (RES) policies

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Position paper | 21 Sep.2005

Using more paper is good for resource efficiency, renewable energy and European competitiveness

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Position paper | 01 Nov.2004

Power Intensive Industries call upon EU and national decisions makers to pay attention to the impact of higher electricity prices on their competitiveness.

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Publication | 01 Nov.2003

Renewable Raw Materials Vs Renewable energy

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Publication | 01 Nov.2003

The European Paper Industry’s Views and Action Plan on Climate Change

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Publication | 01 Nov.2003

Wood and Paper Products Store Greenhouse Gases

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Publication | 09 Aug.2003

A contribution to climate change policy

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Publication | 09 Aug.2003

Declaration of Intent on Renewable Energy Sources (RES)

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CEPI event Renewable Heating in the Pulp and Paper Industry 07 Feb. 2019 | 10:30 - 07 Feb. 2019 | 15:30 | CEPI

Related industry event Heat Pump Forum 15 May. 2019 | 09:00 - 16 May. 2019 | 17:00 | Brussels

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Related industry event Argus Emissions Conference 03 Mar. 2020 | 09:00 - 04 Mar. 2020 | 18:00 | Lisbon

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CEPI event Webinar - Electricity Markets and Demand Side Flexibility 22 May. 2015 | 10:00 | Online

With the increasing share of renewable energy sources, electricity generation in many Member States is shifting from a system of relatively stable and continuous supply towards a system with more numerous and small-scale supply of variable sources. As a result, total electricity costs have increased while wholesale prices have decreased. This has raised new challenges for ensuring generation adequacy from conventional power plants.

The state aid guidelines state that Member States should primarily consider alternative ways of achieving generation adequacy. These would do not negatively affect the objective of phasing out environmentally-harmful subsidies, such as facilitating demand side management and increasing interconnection capacity.

The webinar discussed the direction in which electricity markets are evolving and the envisaged role of demand side flexibility in industry.

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Presentations:

1. European Energy Union: challenges and opportunities in reviewing the electricity market design

Oliver Koch, Deputy Head of Unit ‘Internal Market–Wholesale markets;electricity & gas’, DG Energy, European Commission

2. Finding the value in demand response

Stephen Woodhouse, Director, Pöyry Management Consulting

3. The role of Demand Response in evolving electricity markets

  • On behalf of the Smart Energy Demand Coalition: Alicia Carrasco, Regulatory Affairs Director, Siemens Smart Grid
  • Philipp Dolch, Senior Business Developer, Siemens

4. Broadening the cost-effective potentials for Demand Response: perspectives from the Paper sector
Nicola Rega, Climate Change and Energy Manager, CEPI

5. National perspectives on Industrial Demand Flexibility

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CEPI

Contact:
Nicola Rega
n.rega@cepi.org