Entitled “A Snapshot of the Electrical Contracting Sector in Europe”, this new report from EuropeOn provides an overview of the sector at European level. This report is the first of its kind and shows how wide and diverse electrical contracting can be. With the support of our member associations, we have been able to produce
EuropeOn recently replied to the European Commission consultation on the Smart Readiness indicator. You can find the questionnaire here.
EuropeOn has replied to the European Commission consultation on the Digitalisation of the Energy Sector. You can download the questionnaire here.
EuropeOn has offered insights from the electrical contracting sector on the potential merger of energy labels of air-to-air heatpumps and local space heaters. You can download our paper here.
Ahead of the upcoming European elections, EuropeOn has released the electrical contractors’ key policy asks addressed to our future European decision makers. With the growth of new power-based technologies and digital solutions, the European contracting sector has evolved immensely over the past few years. Today, electricians are no longer the men just sticking cables together
Powering a new value chain in the automotive sector – the job potential of transport electrification
Transport is the single biggest source of CO2 emissions in Europe and a major cause of urban air pollution and its health effects. Electromobility is seen as a key solution to tackling both concerns and also a generator of considerable positive economic impacts, both at the macro-level and for individual citizens in lower fuel costs.
Small renewable solutions and high-efficiency cogeneration are the backbone of a successful decarbonisation strategy. They contribute to unlocking a thriving ‘green growth’ by stimulating local job creation and Europe’s industrial leadership, through the roll-out of high added-value smart technologies, such as smart homes solutions. Small renewable and highefficiency cogeneration enjoy high levels of public support,