- Integrating renewable energy into existing systems;
- Multifaceted energy efficiency: different users, different options;
- Energy tariffs: from regulated tariffs to benchmark;
These and many other questions will be answered in the seminar “Sustainable and Flexible Energy Use” on June 20 from 10:00-13:00, organised within EU Sustainable Energy Week. The seminar is organized by Institute of Energy Systems and Environment, Riga Technical University, Latvia. Lecturers have extensive experience in energy end-users (industry, municipalities, residential sector, etc.), as well as in integrating renewable energy into the Latvian energy sector. We are convinced that it is possible to reduce energy consumption by 5-15% without investment by introducing energy management. We also represent opinion that it is possible to ensure energy demand of Latvia with local renewable energy resources. We continue to educate end users to achieve Latvia’s climate goals.
The seminar will bring together stakeholders from the public, private and research sector to reach common goals for sustainable energy use.
Participation in the seminar is free of charge, please, fill in the form below. Seminar is organised within projects FLEX4RES and “Assessment and analysis of energy efficiency policy”, project No. VPP-EM-EE-2018/1-0004.