ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania visited the NATO ENSEC COE2021.01.22 The Defence minister visited the Centre on his scheduled inspection of the military institutions and units.
NATO ENSEC COE has organized a “Call for Charity Fund Gathering” for families in need2020.12.23 The idea behind this event is to help out former military families who have lost their parents in service, illness or because of other reasons, and which are struggling.
NATO ENSEC COE subject matter expert delivered a presentation at the NATO Roundtable on Energy Security2020.12.17 The main topics discussed were the specifics of energy security challenges to NATO’s East and NATO’s South.
NATO ENSEC COE started the preparation for its flagship exercise Coherent Resilience 2021-Baltic2020.12.17 The IPC attracted over 70 representatives from the electricity transmission operators and governmental representatives from Baltic region and representatives from international, NATO, and EU organizations.
NATO ENSEC COE representatives delivered their findings in the Wind Energy Seminar via VTC2020.12.15 Different case studies about the wind farms development and the military radars co-existence were presented.
Director of NATO ENESEC COE participated in ONS 2016 conference in Stavanger Norway2016.09.02 On 29th – 30th of August Director of NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence Colonel Gintaras Bagdonas participated in one of the biggest conference in Norway ONS Summit 2016 – in cooperation with Munich Security.
Seawater aqueous battery based on alloy of zinc and manganese2021.01.13 A team of researchers in the United States claim to have developed a new anode for aqueous batteries made from zinc-manganese. A working battery making use of this anode, with seawater as an electrolyte, indicated remarkable energy density, and...
Poll: renewables workers 'unfazed' covid-19 impact on industry2021.01.13 A new survey of energy professionals show confidence in the future resilience of the renewables sector. The study found out, that 85% of renewable energy professionals are expecting the sector to experience growth over the next three years. 70% of...
IEA to publish ‘comprehensive’ roadmap for energy-sector decarbonisation2021.01.12 The International Energy Agency (IEA) is planning to publish a comprehensive roadmap later this year specifying how the energy sector can achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. The plan of action will demonstrate what is needed from institutions and...
New tool to monitor energy transition progress of French regions2021.01.12 An observatory of France climate energy targets was launched this week and made it possible to see the progress of each region of France in terms of energy and climate transition. The observatory collects data from the regional energy-climate...
Positive ‘tipping points’ provide fresh hope for climate, study says2021.01.11 According to scientists, positive “tipping points” in the uptake of electric vehicles and the decarbonisation of electricity generation could spark a global transition to a climate neutral economy. While countries need to rapidly decrease their...
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