EUREC

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EURECEuropean Union Renewable Energy Centers
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This is coordinated by the EUREC agency and is targeted at engineers who want to specialise in renewable energy technology.
Since new technology is inherently risky, this funding must be committed alongside investments by the private sector with as few other conditions as possible," argues Greg Arrowsmith from EUREC.
One sore point at the European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency (EUREC) is the single passing reference to hybrid vehicles.
It is not always particularly relevant for sectors doing basic research as in many renewables areas," said Greg Arrowsmith from the European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency (EUREC).
Reacting angrily to the adoption of the Reul report, the European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency (EUREC) accused ITRE of forgetting energy technology strategy in a "scrap" over fossil fuels and nuclear.
Greg Arrowsmith, policy officer with the European Renewable Energy Centres Agency (EUREC), explained to Europolitics that the point of view of researchers working in the renewables sector is that there is now a "happy coincidence" that the 7th Framework Research Programme is starting at the same time as the first evaluation of how the coal and steel fund is operating, thus making it "an opportune moment to reopen the debate on the liquidation of the RFCS".
The paper, funded by the British group, Renewable Energy systems and prepared in cooperation with the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the EUREC Agency's Masters programme, estimates that global production of oil could peak' in as little as eight years time with production of gas likely to peak' in 2030, with prices rising steeply well in advance of this.
The platform promoters, the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) and the European Renewable Energy Centre (EUREC), have already prepared a document outlining their 'Vision for 2030'.
Compared with the EU's previous Framework Programme for Research and Development, the budget for renewables has fallen over the past two years from Euro 275 to Euro 215-260 million, according to EREC, the European Renewable Energy Council, EUREC, the European Renewable Energy Centres Agency, and EUFORES, the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources.