EuropeOn, the EU association of electrical contractors, welcomes the upcoming revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. Buildings will be at the center of climate action and digitalisation in the coming years, as they are needed to support local deployment of renewables, to provide flexibility to power systems and enable the smart electrification of
26 January 2021, Brussels – In contrast with many recent pessimistic outlooks, EuropeOn, the European electrical contractors’ association, released a new report entitled “Business opportunities since Covid-19: Electrical contractors at the forefront of a green & digital recovery for Europe”. Electrical contractors, a sector that is comprised of over 1.8 million professionals across Europe, aim
Our Annual Conference is always the time to reflect on the important topics discussed at EU level, impacting EuropeOn members and electrical contractors the most. While this year’s edition had to move online, we made the best of the situation to invite policymakers and stakeholders to contribute to our discussions and made the event accessible
EuropeOn releases pioneer technical reference guide for Power over Ethernet installation (members only)
EuropeOn’s Technical Working Group has been striving to get ahead on Power over Ethernet, an emerging technology with great potential for the building sector but also for electrical contractors worldwide, and produce a pioneer technical installation guide.
Much needs to be done to provide for a fertile ground and a consumer-friendly transition to e-mobility. EuropeOn, representing electrical contractors, responsible for electric works, among which the installation of charging infrastructure for electro-mobility, has formulated a series of recommendations to guide the deployment of this electric infrastructure. Read the recommendations here.
EuropeOn, the electrical contractor’s association welcomes this initiative and supports the decarbonisation of Europe’s building stock. Electrical contractors employ the qualified professionals carrying out electrical work and installations in buildings and on infrastructure from solar PV and home batteries, EV-charging, heat-pumps and build- ing automation. A massive pan-European initiative investing heavily in renovation of electrical
EuropeOn, the electrical contractors’ association, welcomes and supports the initiative of setting out a clear strategy to link sectors in view of more energy efficiency and GHG reductions. Electrical contractors employ the professionals carrying out electrical works and installations in buildings and on infrastructure. Comprising almost 2 million professionals across Europe, they have a unique,
Although European countries have advanced standards to ensure the safety of domestic electrical installations, their application is generally reserved for new electrical installations. In order to improve the safety of old electrical installations, the solutions observed so far are to establish reference guides and methods for safety and to carry out periodic inspections and informing
EuropeOn, representing the European electrical contracting sector, is fully committed to a climate-neutral EU by 2050. EuropeOn welcomes this initiative and envisions electrification as the main strategy for climate neutrality, all the while driving growth for EU businesses, empowering consumers, as well as providing for a competitive and future-proof EU economy. The Climate law, with