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The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence was visited by Canadian embassy delegation

The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence was visited by Canadian embassy delegation

2021.10.21
On 21th of October the Head of the Canadian Embassy in Vilnius Richard Martin-Nielsen visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE). The delegation was welcomed by the Centre’s deputy director Lieutenant colonel (LTC)...
The Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre’s delegation visited the NATO Energy Security...

The Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre’s delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

2021.10.18
On 18th of October the Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre’s (MLCC) delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE).
The Future Role of Nuclear Propulsion in the Military

The Future Role of Nuclear Propulsion in the Military

2021.10.15
The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence is pleased to present a research paper titled “The Future Role of Nuclear Propulsion in Military” written by Centre’s Subject Matter Expert Mr. Lukas Trakimavičius.
Israel delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

Israel delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

2021.10.15
On 15th of October Israel ambassador Yossef Levy visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE). The Centre’s director colonel Darius Užkuraitis greeted the ambassador.
The Finland delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

The Finland delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

2021.10.14
On 14th of October the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE) was visited by the Finland delegation.
French International Defence high studies delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of...

French International Defence high studies delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence

2021.10.14
On 13th of October the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE) was visited by the French International Defence high studies delegation.

Climate legislation overhaul opens door to geothermal, but not wide enough

2021.07.29 Geothermal technology utilises the heat below the Earth’s surface to produce clean energy. Compared to solar and wind power it mainly focuses on decarbonising heating and cooling, sectors responsible for around half of Europe’s energy consumption...

Europe’s Largest Hydrogen Electrolyser

2021.07.28 Shell has started up Europe’s largest hydrogen electrolyser of its kind at its energy and chemicals park Rheinland, in Germany, as it sees the great potential for its use in a range of sectors, from production to industry. Shell’s ultimate goal is...

EU plans to increase renewable energy share in energy mix to 40% by 2030

2021.07.15 To help meet the 2050 goal, the European Commission decided to set interim target for the EU to raise the share of renewable energy to 40% of final consumption by 2030, up from roughly 20% in 2019.

Germanium-based solar cell tech for agrivoltaics

2021.01.15 A team of researchers from Germany have developed an improved amorphous germanium PV cell that bounds light in an ultra-thin absorber. The technology relies on plasma-enhanced vapor deposition and magnetron sputtering. According to the scientists,...

Exclusive: U.S. tells European companies they face sanctions risk on Nord Stream 2 pipeline

2021.01.14 The United States warned European companies, who might have helped to build Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, about the risk of sanctions they might face. A source said the U.S. is expected to issue a report on companies it believes are helping the...