Energy Technology for Our Environment (THERMIE Programme)
Technologies énergétiques pour notre environnement
1990, initially for 5 years to 1994. Administered by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC), within the framework of Resolution (EEC) No 2008/90, 29 Jun 1990, of E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union. Also referred to as New Energy Technologies and as EU Energy Programme. From 1994-1999, comprised one component - NNE-THERMIE - of U-XK0759 - Joule-Thermie Programme, which also included U-XK0120 - Joint Opportunities for Unconventional or Long Term Energy Supply (JOULE). Ceased to exist, end 1999.
As part of the European Union's strategy for meeting current energy challenges: ensure lasting and reliable energy services at affordable costs and conditions; reduce energy consumption; reduce environmental impact of production and use of energy, in particular carbon dioxide emission; strengthen the technological base of the industry; improve energy efficiency in both supply and demand sectors; promote wider utilization of renewable energy sources; encourage cleaner use of coal and other solid fuels; optimize exploitation of EU oil and gas resources.
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