Organizations for the Promotion of Energy Technology (OPET Network)
Organisations pour la promotion des technologies énergétiques
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Jan 1991, by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Initial programme was for 5 years. A subsequent network was the responsibility of U-XK0156 - Energy Technology for Our Environment (THERMIE Programme) within U-XK0759 - Joule-Thermie Programme. A new OPET Network commenced operation on 1 Jan 2000. Currently being restructured into Co-OPET project. Ceased to exist prior to end 2014.
Inform about and promote the benefits of non-nuclear energy technology and provide guidance on its use; encourage implementation and exploitation of new energy technology; offer access to experts in energy, engineering, economics and marketing; launch activities to promote new and efficient energy technology; cooperate with national and regional networks and operators so as to promote community RTD programmes related to energy.
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OPET-Central Unit (OPET-CU) based in Brussels (Belgium).
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