Blog Tag: Sustainability

Energy poverty

Renovating Europe’s Homes: A Journey Toward Sustainable Living

In a recent interview with ARTE, I stressed the pressing issue of summer energy poverty in Europe, a challenge that affects 20% of the population. This, along with insights from the Belgian Energy Renovation Week and the ComAct conference, underscores the urgent need for equitable and sustainable home renovations. Our focus must extend beyond energy efficiency to embrace community wellbeing and resilience, especially in the face of summer energy poverty. Join me in exploring how we can transform our approach to create homes that are not just energy-efficient, but inclusive and dignified spaces for all.

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E39 – Eating the Energy Elephant: Tackling the Infrastructure Challenge One Bite at a Time, with Chantel Scheepers, OakTree Power

Get ready to take a big bite out of the energy transition elephant! In this electrifying episode of Energ’Ethic, we sit down with Chantel Scheepers, CEO of OakTree Power, to explore the groundbreaking concept of energy flexibility. From tackling the $21 trillion infrastructure challenge to making sustainable energy accessible in Africa, Chantel is leading the charge one bite at a time. Don’t miss this deep dive into the future of clean tech!

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Appel mondial : Participez à notre questionnaire pour faire valoir vos compétences en énergies renouvelables !

Passionné-e par les énergies renouvelables ? Ne manquez pas cette occasion de faire valoir vos compétences et initiatives dans le domaine. Répondez à notre questionnaire mondial et participez à la création d’un Atlas des compétences francophones en énergies renouvelables, favorisant l’échange d’informations et le partage de bonnes pratiques. Ensemble, nous pouvons façonner un avenir énergétique juste et durable !

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FEL2050 Foro Español de Energía Limpia

Energy is an ecosystem where everyone plays a specific role in maintaining balance, like these giraffes in the savannah. Energy is more than a technical issue. It is a legal, commercial, cultural, and weather forecasting issue. It is deeply political.

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