Observ’ER, Observatoire des énergies renouvelables
Observ’ER is a dynamic actor at the interface of questions dealing with energy, the environment and development based in France. EurObserv’ER is a consortium dedicated to the monitoring of the development of the various sectors of renewable energies in the European Union.
Download free information based on Energy, Socio-economic and Regional case studies indicators about:
- Wind Power
- Solar Thermal
- Small hydropower
- Geothermal energy
- Ground source heat pumps
- Renewable municipal waste
- Solid biomass
in the European Union from EurObserv’ER year by year reports.
Created in 1999 by Observ’ER, the Observatory of renewable energies in France, it is composed of five other partners: ECN (The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands), IEO (EC BREC Institute of Renewable Energetic Ltd), RENAC (Renewables Academy AG), FS (Frankfurt School of finance and management) and IJS (Institut Jozef Stefan).
« The State of Renewable Energy in Europe » provides clear landmarks of where the Member States stand as a whole about the RES share of gross final energy consumption. All barometers will be available in up to five languages soon: English, French, German, Polish, and Romanian. Some of them will also be available in Italian and Spanish.
Versione italiana a cura dell’Unità centrale Studi e Strategie ENEA
Source Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EurObserv’ER