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Digitalisation for a clean energy transition

The EPC Project “Digitalisation for a clean energy transition”, organised with the support of the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications, explores how digitalisation can serve as a catalyst for the clean energy transition in Europe. It also considers the policy framework needed to fully align and promote the synergies between energy and digital policies and enable the twin green and digital transition in the energy sector.

The first Online Workshop as part of this project discussed the current and potential future role of digital tools in facilitating the integration of renewable energy sources, as well as the obstacles standing in the way of unlocking their full potential in the renewable revolution.

The second Online Workshop in the series will take place on 14 July. This workshop will consider the demand side and look at how data and digital solutions can drive more efficient energy consumption across Europe. It will examine how households and businesses are and could be using digital technologies to save energy. Furthermore, it aims to scope out the necessary policies and public investments to overcome the main hurdles that are stopping digitalisation from becoming a true driver of energy efficiency.

These two workshops will serve as the basis of a Discussion Paper, which will be presented at a final event in autumn of this year.



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