Says the little prince in 2nd chapter of the wonderful book by Saint Exupery. If you remember well this story and if you read it again, long time after we probably all had do read it in school you might be surprised how much it can teach us: The aviator that tries to draw a sheep and fails all the time in the eyes of the (young) Little Prince. The Little Prince, Greta, our children and grandchildren cannot be satisfied with the “Energy policy-sheep” that current politicians draw, mainly influenced by powerful lobby groups that like to maintain the status quo.
October 15th, 2020
Watch it again! 1st Virtual edition of the Solar Industry Forum.
Highlight of the benefits of local solar manufacturing at the Renewable Energy Virtual Summit
ESMC Secretary General participated at the Eurosolar Europe Jury.
Push towards policies that efficiently support the European PV industry.
EU Parliament voted the proposed amendment on the 2030 objective (60% carbon emissions cut by 2030)
Video by Prof.Weber on the disruptive solar technologies at WSTS2020.
“If I am asked whether it is in my nature to worship the sun, I say: absolutely!”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in conversation with Johann Peter Eckermann, March 1832.
The current hype for “Green” Blue and other shades of Hydrogen via “natural gas” removes energy from the effort that we need to put into the massive deployment of the renewables, mainly Solar PV.
Event : Innovations in electricity market design for solar and wind integration
20 October 2020 | Webinar
Start Up Energy Transition
SET Week Online: October 19-22, 2020
The new Ultra Low Carbon Solar Alliance will work to build greater market awareness around how solar supply chain decarbonization is producing solar panels with low embodied carbon to help governments and companies meet aggressive sustainability goals.
Solar is predicted to be the number one electricity capacity in Europe, article by the IEA.
European Commission presented its plan to reduce EU greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030.