Working groups

Working groups are encouraging the development of exchanges of views, know-how and best practices between relevant stakeholders on specific topics. They are designed to encourage exchange of experience and transfer of know-how in a series of important fields.

Renewable Energy Sources

In 2017, the EU reached a share of 17.52% of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption. In December 2018, the EU presented the new Renewable […]

Mobility and Transport

Transport consumes one-third of all final energy in the EU, mainly fossil fuel. This means that transport is responsible for a large share of the […]

Islands & Rural Communities

Islands are not only among the favourite holiday destinations in Europe – they also hold the key to making the EU’s clean energy transition a […]

Financing and Investment

Financing large scale energy efficiency investments present many challenges including lack of knowledge about financing opportunities for regions and little expertise on developing SECAPs. Guarantee […]

Energy Efficiency

By using energy more efficiently, Europeans can lower their energy bills, reduce their reliance on external suppliers of oil and gas, and help protect the […]

Circular Economy

Since the industrial revolution, economies have developed a ‘take-make-consume and dispose’ pattern of growth — a linear model based on the assumption that resources are […]

Climate Adaptation

The growing number of meteorological extremes connected to climate change, such as floods, torrential rain, windstorms and heat waves have become an increasingly bigger challenge for […]

Data Monitoring

Among the difficulties for achieving the EU’s climate and energy targets is the lack of standardizing energy and climate information at the European level. FEDARENE is aware that local energy and climate data access can be challenging for many actors, due to data ownership, commercial sensitivity and the lack of accuracy or resources, among others.