Oversights

February 2019


Monday 18 February 

 


Clean Energy Package sets to be a priority.


Headline

After a EUROPE 2050 climate neutral strategy meeting at France, earlier this February 2019, on 18th February 2019 - 26 European island have successfully launched their transition towards implementing best practices specified by the clean energy package.


SS Oversight: "Today our transition reminds us of the fortunate side of teamwork, sharing, and remembering how cohesive policies awakens the hidden creative innovation cycle of communication and even education for the right content that contributes towards more informed and efficient policy designs. Both commonly practiced and talked about through the energy economics and environmental economics; is not an empty book for participants. Each applications from these theme typo can still go hand in hand with environmental policy or jurisdiction for market changes, then to explain the essential technical challenges of the changing energy market. All themes of discussions and area of expertise should fall upon treating a stakeholder and interested participant with just, and to only deduct any impartiality reasoning that makes a net zero contribution of behaviour or actions towards the actual goal of activity imposed to support the clean energy transition". 

Recap

At 12-14 November 2018, at EU Utility Week, the MICS representative has discussed the importance of compliance to the objectivity of CEP, and the multiple benefits of this long team-dedication from our respective Commissioners and experts of EU Energy Efficiency and Climate Initiative Stakeholders since 2016/17. 

MICS Representative:
"If we speak about balancing the techno-economic efficiency and eco-benefits from the utility market transition, we must give way for energy democracy - giving our citizens the choice, and reflecting on the successful cases from energy cooperatives (as one initiative example). The CEP pave an important agenda for every participant and energy efficiency stakeholder, to preach adequate sustainability practices habits at household and even at academia. We are in face of a normal challenge to explain to our families or friends - the importance of conserving a specific energy usage at a specific time frame, and moreover making sure that our inclusive citizens (more often the senior) and those who are still less adaptable to advanced ICT systems can be at the best comfort to understand why we are cultivating energy efficiency practices - and to make such practices pragmatic, user-friendly, and a fair market for all" .  -- "Let citizens choose, let them have the 'power' too, and let them decide". 

Review

Beginning 26th February 2019, global experts gather at Austria, with important updates on the market on energy efficiency and efficiency at different sectors. What is more important is that the policies which have long been discussed, researched for improvements, and also enforced from national to international regions across EU have also become an exemplary of how EU can truly lead the clean energy and sustainability market transition. More importantly, this is an innovative period for every stakeholders, and to support every instrument and every space that support the diversity of scholars and diversity of interest from each contributor. 

SS Stakeholder: "Annually we can gather with different minds and to have rich dialogues with global contributors. It is important (for private and for public) to take every chance to hear the challenges and actual experiences from individuals who have come very far, and is a lifetime and life-changing perspective for every person who chooses to learn, to adapt, and do some part in return one way or another. Caring for energy efficiency, and caring for the environment means that we wanting to be a part of this 'actor', will be caring for those who take actions. The actors at important gatherings such as this high-level one, are not 'actors' per se, but truly, only we can come to a place of knowing why and how actors (as action takers) are performing their responsibility and contributing to our energy economy".