Eurogas generally welcomes the newly launched Energy Efficiency Plan 2011, which offers a number of pragmatic business and market oriented approaches to achieving higher levels of savings.
Eurogas draws attention to the opportunity in the energy sector for earlier and quicker reductions in the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs) than is highlighted in yesterday’s Roadmap for moving to a competitive low carbon economy in 2050, published by the European Commission.
According to preliminary figures and estimates from Eurogas, total natural gas consumption in EU27 has increased by 7,2% in 2010 in comparison to 2009.
Eurogas acknowledges the importance of the issues that are raised under the general heading of the ‘External Dimension’ of energy policy. Our members have long experience of external energy supply arrangements in the interest of ensuring reliable and affordable energy to their customers.
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