ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
Energy Security Awareness Course delivered in Turkish PfP Training Center2019.12.20 The event has attracted 39 participants from 17 different countries.
NATO ENSEC COE presents a study report - ‘Energy Management in a Military Expeditionary Environment: an assessment of...2019.12.19 This report presents a research project focused on how to improve military energy management on deployed operations.
Cybersecurity Expert from the NATO ENSEC COE delivered a lecture in George C. Marshall Center for Security Studies2019.12.17 Lecture attracted over 100 participants representing over 20 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and island nations of the Pacific region.
High ranking delegation from Slovakia visited the NATO ENSEC COE2019.12.02 The delegation was briefed about the Centre’s main mission, activity fields, structure, ongoing projects and future development plans.
Tabletop Exercise Coherent Resilience 2019 (CORE19) Final Report is now published for download2019.11.29 TTX CORE19 event brought together 108 participants from 14 NATO and European Union countries, who came from 35 different organisations representing gas supply and energy security stakeholders.
Student group from Finland visited the NATO ENSEC COE2019.11.28 Students were particularly impressed with the work the NATO ENSEC COE conducts in the field of behavioural changes to energy efficiency in the military forces.
Freedom of Russia? Baltic Pipe construction to begin this year2020.01.24 The Baltic Pipe is also of significant importance for the EU as a whole, since it I would create a possibility of establishing a competitor gas market in this part of Europe.
Can Renewables Restart the Grid? The UK Investigates2020.01.23 Renewable energy sources are often claimed to contribute to grid instability, but a UK based project is now investigating the veracity of this.
Ukraine's plans to get off energy dependence needle2020.01.23 The five-year gas transit contract between Ukraine and Russia has given Ukraine a longer time frame and larger budget to achieve energy independence.
Wind energy powerhouse Vestas announces plans for 'zero-waste' turbines2020.01.23 The world’s largest supplier of wind energy is adopting a circular economy approach and says they are taking their responsibility and wish to set a sustainable example in a constantly growing industry.
Nord Stream 2 Pins Hope on Germany to Clear EU Gas Rule Hurdle2020.01.23 Nord Stream 2 is argued to have significant effects on European gas flows and supplies.
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