dena holds EnR presidency

Since February 2016, dena has been holding the presidency of the European Energy Network (EnR). What are dena's aims during the one-year term? And what, in fact, are the aims of the European network of national energy agencies?

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As a centre of expertise for energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and smart energy systems, dena is also active abroad. The agency aims to approach the energy turnaround at the international level, place German technologies and expertise and adapt them to local conditions, and develop energy efficiency markets.

dena’s activities focus on the Chinese, RussianCentral Asian, Turkey and French markets.

Stepping up European cooperation

The long-term success of the energy transition crucially depends on European cooperation. dena is therefore an active member not only of the German-French Energy Transition Platform but also of the European Energy Network (EnR). In February 2016, dena assumed the one-year presidency of the EnR.

More on dena’s involvement in the European Energy Network


12.10.2016  dena and e2m expand first virtual power plant in Poland Exemplary biogas plant integrated into a Europe-wide VPP read more

27.07.2016  dena supports Kazakhstan in developing the energy services market The dena has started two new energy efficiency projects in Kazakhstan: It is providing advice on developing an energy services market and sharing knowledge with institutions and experts. read more

13.07.2016  EU-China summit: dena agrees to cooperation on eco-cities City of Deyang backs sustainable urban development, energy-efficient buildings and knowledge transfer read more

01.07.2016  European Energy Network: Energy agencies discuss linking sectors at European level On 30th June and 1st July, representatives of Europe’s national energy agencies met at the Annual Members’ Meeting of the European Energy Network (EnR) in Stockholm. One of the focal points was the issue of linking sectors. The meeting was chaired by dena, which currently holds the presidency of the network of agencies. read more