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AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT MR. PATRICK VAN DEN EEDE, THE BENELUX DIRECTOR FROM JETHRO CIVIL DIPLOMAT, ORGANIZES AN EVENT ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

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Supply Chain Challenges and Solution on Wind Energy and Alternatives for the EU by Mr. Patrick Van Den Eede

 

At the European Parliament, Mr. Patrick Van Den Eede, the Benelux Director from Jethro Civil Diplomat, organizes an event on sustainable energy.

Europe has made significant progress in developing and utilizing wind (wind) and sustainable energy resources in recent years.

The European Union has set ambitious targets for renewable energy as part of its commitment to combat climate change.

The EU’s ‘Green Deal’ aims to make Europe climate neutral by 2050 and includes substantial investment in renewable energy infrastructure.

Europe is the world leader in offshore wind energy. Offshore wind farms are located in bodies of water such as the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain and Germany have some of the largest offshore wind projects, among the top countries with significant onshore wind capacity.

 

Sustainable Energy and Eolic Technological Advancements

European countries have been at the forefront of developing wind turbine technology, leading to more efficient and economical turbines.

Innovations in materials, design and maintenance have increased the reliability of wind energy.

The meeting happened in Brussels – Belgium, 25th November, with the presence of the Ambassador Thérence Ntahiraja of the Republic of Burundi to the Kingdom of Belgium and also:

 

At this meeting, an agreement was also signed with Istanbul Bilgi University in Türkiye with the presence of Istanbul Eurasia Consulting Group.

Europe’s commitment to wind and sustainable energy resources is part of a broader global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change.

Developing these resources not only reduces carbon emissions, but also creates jobs and promotes economic growth.

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