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Coherent EU industry and energy policy will ensure a carbon neutral future

A paradigm shift requiring a new balance between energy supply and demand

Following the Paris Agreement, the European Union set ambitious goals for a carbon neutral energy supply. The European industry faces major challenges to reduce its emissions related to energy consumption and feedstock usage and will play a pivotal role in the transition towards a carbon neutral society. The development of innovative sustainable technologies and products within the industrial sector will be crucial.

EU Industry needs a resilient energy and industry policy with a consistent and robust regulatory framework. IFIEC Europe proposes six key recommendations for policy changes and further study

EU Industry Days Workshop on Energy Intensive Industries

The IFIEC Europe application for an own stakeholder workshop at EU Industry Days 2019 (5-6 Feb. 2019) has been approved by the European Commission! The workshop titled “Energy Intensive Industries – Innovating for a sustainable future” takes place on 5 February and will focus on energy intensive industries and their efforts in decarbonising in the context of the latest EU climate policy developments. EU Industry days is a yearly two day conference sponsored by the EU Commission and attended by over 2000 stakeholders, including speakers such as Commission President Jean Claude Juncker and European Parliament President Antonio Tajani. The full programme can be found here



New Annual Report 2018 published

The new IFIEC Europe 2018 Annual Report is available in print and digital format. The digital version will be uploaded onto the website during the first week of February 2019. Thank you to PageInextremis for the great job done! 


IFIEC Europe´s Energy Forum 2018

The IFIEC Energy Forum on 15-16 May 2018 brought together the Energy intensive industries community and was joined by EU Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen, Member of the European Parliament Julie Girling, Bulgarian Council Presidency Minister for Energy Zhecho Stankov, EPC Chief Economist Fabian Zuleeg, DG ENERGY's Florian Ermacora, DG CLIMA's Damien Meadows and many others. Thank you to everyone for their contributions and  for making it a special event!