The Covenant of Companies launches pledging scheme to support European companies on their decarbonisation journey
The CCCE just launched a pledge for companies committing to reduce their carbon emissions and receive support to do so
Technical Assistance: European SMEs on the pathway to decarbonisation
In June 2022, the Covenant of Companies for Climate and Energy (CCCE) launched its first call for Technical Assistance. If you are a European company or business-support organisation and you also want to receive technical assistance, don't miss our next call in the Spring of 2023!
Country-specific guides to energy-support schemes
Six country-specific Guides focusing on Croatia, Finland, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Poland are available on the CCCE website and provide an overview of the financial support schemes, the financing tools for research and innovation and available capacity building materials at EU level.
Presentation of the European Covenant of Companies for Climate and Energy
In the context of the 2022 SME Assembly in Prague, Georg Houben, Policy Officer at the European Commission, made a presentation of the European Covenant of Companies for Climate and Energy.
Covenant of Companies goes to Prague
The Covenant of Companies was officially presented on 29 November in Prague, Czech Republic, during a session entitled ‘’No Net Zero without SMEs: launching practical support for energy transition’’.
CCCE at COP27
From 6-20 November, leaders and representatives from all over the world met in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, to take part at COP27 and to discuss the next actions towards achieving the world’s collective climate goals as agreed under the Paris Agreement.
RePowerEU: additional funding to speed up renewable energy projects
The EU is facing unprecedented challenges in our economy and energy supply. The RePowerEU plan is a response to the global energy market disruptions caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Launched in May 2022, the plan aims to save and produce clean energy and diversify EU energy supplies.
Eco-friendly hostel in Estonia
With energy bills are rising all over Europe, companies are putting in place measures to reduce their ecological footprint. This is what Looming, an eco-friendly hostel located in Tartu, Estonia, has been doing for quite a while.
REPowerEU: fast forwarding the green transition
On 24 February 2022, we all woke up to a changed world. A darker world, where war on the continent of Europe had once again been waged. The fallout of Russia’s unjustified war has been felt across the globe.
Introducing the CCCE Steering Committee
The Covenant of Companies for Climate and Energy will be assisted by a Steering Committee (SteerCo), composed of experts in the field of energy efficiency and carbon neutrality.