Eurogas accelerates the transition to climate neutrality through dialogue and advocacy on optimising the use of gases
Eurogas is an association of 67 companies. Our members cover gas wholesale, retail and distribution, along with companies manufacturing equipment and providing innovative solutions for services, like blending and methane emissions management.
The purpose of Eurogas is to accelerate the transition to carbon neutrality through dialogue and advocacy about optimising the use of gas and gaseous fuels.
Our core values are:
As work continues in Brussels on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EBPD), this month Eurogas joined 14 other associations in the energy sector, buildings sector, and groups representing small- and medium-sized businesses, to issue our latest joint paper. In the position paper, we look at the need for a “bottom-up” approach to decarbonising buildings in the EU – one that works for local authorities, consumers, as well as local suppliers and producers. Together we’re pursuing cost-effective ways to create a carbon-neutral buildings sector.
Our 5 questions with… interview series continues this month with our colleague Gregor Frey.
Last week Eurogas organised an event in the European Parliament to discuss the EU methane regulation. Hosted by Maria Spyraki, Shadow Rapporteur on the Methane Emissions Regulation, it gathered experts from the sector and policy makers. They discussed the development of a binding framework to tackle emissions, that takes the diverse characteristics of the gas value chain into account.
Joint paper | Energy Performance of Buildings Directive: a bottom-up approach for integrated system efficiency
As work continues in Brussels on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, Eurogas has joined 14 other associations in the energy sector, buildings sector, and SME groups, to issue our latest joint paper.
A Just Transition
A market for all gases
In recent years, the EU gas market reached a point where it is one of the most liquid energy markets in the world.
The Twin Energy-Digital Transition