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Report: Sustainable Energy Technologies and RTD practice at the ETS and CDM markets: An inspiration for the various market actors in Europe and the world

T@W: Sustainable Energy Technology at 
Work Report

T@W: Sustainable Energy Technology at Work
Sustainable Energy Technologies and RTD practice at the ETS and CDM markets:
An inspiration for the various market actors in Europe and the world

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The world has entered a new energy era, where energy technology has a vital role to play. T@W: Sustainable Energy Technology at Work (a project supported by the European Commission’s Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) from April 2006 to March 2008) aimed to address the EU interests in the carbon markets by connecting EU policy goals on sustainable development to business opportunities within the carbon and climate markets. This would be achieved by facilitating the entry of European know-how on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET) into the emerging climate markets created by the European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in Asia.

This publication Sustainable Energy Technologies / RTD practice at the ETS and CDM markets evaluates and reviews the results of the T@W activity in order to extract lessons and compare observations in the targeted regions within Europe and Asia with a view to identifying the best ways to promote SET with an EU perspective. It aims to be an inspiration for EU ETS companies around Europe.

In addition, this publication introduces the SETatWork: Sustainable Energy Technology at Work project, which continues these activities with support from the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), with an extended focus on energy efficiency in industry and the use of polygeneration in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

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T@W: Sustainable Energy Technology at Work (2006-2008) : Advice: Carbon Market : Biogas : Biomass and Bioenergy : CDM : Combined Heat and Power : Combustion Technology : EU ETS : Energy Efficient Technologies : Heat Generation, Recovery and Use : JI : Photovoltaics : Power Generation and Use : Publications : Renewable Energy Technologies : Small Hydro Power : Wastes and Residues : Wind

Contacts

BELGIUM

Cogen Europe The European Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration

ESHA - European Small Hydropower Association

EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association

BULGARIA

SEC - Sofia Energy Centre

CHINA (PEOPLE'S REP)

GIEC - Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conservation Chinese Academy of Science

ZERI - Zhejiang Energy Research Institute of China

DENMARK

ECNet - Energy Consulting Network

GERMANY

KEWOG Städtebau GmbH Unit ZREU

INDIA

TERI - The Energy and Resource Institute Centre for Global Environment Research (CGER)

ITALY

ETA Florence - Renewable Energies

MALAYSIA

PTM - Pusat Tenaga Malaysia

POLAND

EC BREC/IEO - Institute for Renewable Energy Association of Polish Energy Actors at Local and Regional Level

PORTUGAL

IDMEC-IST - Instituto de Engenharia Mecânica, Pólo IST

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

ECB - Energy Centre Bratislava

SPAIN

EVE - Ente Vasco de la Energía

SWEDEN

KanEnergi Sweden AB

UNITED KINGDOM

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