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Latest news - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

: magnifying optical glass with words Latest News on digital background, 3D renderingOn 2 April the ITRE Committee held its last meeting of the current legislative term until after the upcoming European Elections that will take place on 23-26 May. Normal committee activity will resume in July.




Recent Publications:

In-depth analysis on "Brexit and Horizon Europe"
Study on "Sector coupling: how can it be enhanced in the EU to foster grid stability and decarbonise?"
In-depth analysis on "Roaming: One Year After Implementation"
Study on "Brexit and Industry and Space Policy - workshop proceedings"
Study on "European Artificial Intelligence (AI) leadership, the path for an integrated vision"

Publications available below under Further information - Supporting analyses
Further information
Work in Progress: 17.04.2019 (updated regularly)
ITRE meeting dates 2019
ITRE latest news
Newsletter - 6/2019
Previous Newsletter issues
Supporting analyses
Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP

Study - Europe – the Global Centre for Excellent Research - PE 631.062 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

The world of research and innovation is becoming increasingly multipolar with China joining the ranks of science and technology leaders. For the EU, increased global research capacities offer a larger global talent pool and opportunities for specialisation, but also increased competition for investment, talent and the position as world-leader in critical technological fields. To be a global centre for excellent research, the EU and its Framework Programme must support the further integration of the intra-EU excellent research pole and at the same time being open for foreign talent and internationally connected with strong extra-EU partners.
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Highlights - 5G Deployment: State of Play in Europe, USA and Asia - In-depth analysis - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Characters 5G with faded crowd on the background and digital vector symbols connecting peopleThis in-depth analysis was prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the ITRE Committee. It compares 5G deployment in the EU with other leading economies – the USA, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. On a range of indicators, the EU compares well. However, this is not a short-term race. 5G is more complex than previous wireless technologies and should be considered as a long-term project to solve technical challenges and develop a clear business case.
Further information
5G Deployment: State of Play in Europe, USA and Asia - In-depth analysis
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the renewal of the Agreement on cooperation in science and technology between the European Community and the Government of the Russian Federation - A8-0188/2019

RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the renewal of the Agreement on cooperation in science and technology between the European Community and the Government of the Russian Federation
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
Christian Ehler

Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Highlights - Last meeting of the eighth parliamentary term - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

MEPs standing together in the meeting room during the ITRE Committee meeting on 2 April 2019On 2 April, the ITRE Committee held its last meeting of the current legislative term. In the last five years, the Committee has hold 78 committee meetings, taken decisions on 64 legislative files, 37 of which under the codecision procedure, met at least 100 hundred times with the Council and the Commission in trilogues, adopted 19 delegated acts and produced 24 own initiative reports and 6 oral questions with resolution.
ITRE MEPs have also done 39 missions during this period to improve their knowledge on the ground, exchanging with stakeholders, experts and counterparts in different parts of the world. In addition, the Horizon 2020 and the Digital Union working groups, have helped to deepen their knowledge in technical files.

The ITRE Committee will resume its work in July after the upcoming parliamentary elections.

For further info on ITRE work, please visit the Subject Files section on this page or the European Parliament News page. A few examples at the links below.

Further information
European Parliament News
Energy Union
Digital Single Market
Space Policy - Galileo, Copernicus and other space programmes
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

In-Depth Analysis - 5G Deployment: State of play in Europe, USA and Asia - PE 631.060 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

This in-depth analysis was prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the ITRE Committee. It compares 5G deployment in the EU with other leading economies – the USA, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. On a range of indicators, the EU compares well. However, this is not a short-term race. 5G is more complex than previous wireless technologies and should be considered as a long-term project to solve technical challenges and develop a clear business case.
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Video of a committee meeting - Tuesday, 2 April 2019 - 10:09 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Length of video : 141'
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Disclaimer : The interpretation of debates serves to facilitate communication and does not constitute an authentic record of proceedings. Only the original speech or the revised written translation is authentic.
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Newsletters - ITRE Newsletter 2019 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy


Newsletter 6/2019
     2 April 2019 : [EN]
Newsletter 5/2019
     25 March 2019 : [EN]
Newsletter 4/2019
     18 March 2019 : [EN]
Newsletter 3/2019
     19 February 2019 : [EN]
Newsletter 2/2019
     23 January 2019 : [EN]
Newsletter 1/2019
     14 January 2019 : [EN]
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Publications - Clean Energy package - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Common rules for the internal market for electricity - Rapporteur Jerzy Buzek
Internal market for electricity - Rapporteur Jerzy Buzek
European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators - Rapporteur Morten Helveg Petersen
Risk-preparedness in the electricity sector - Rapporteur Flavio Zanonato (Plenary debate & vote)
New electricity rules: compare prices, switch suppliers, produce at home - WebComm - Article
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Highlights - ITRE MFF Programmes: state of play and perspectives - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Straight road with the date 2021 and an arrow pointing towards the horizon. MFF 2021 conceptExchange of views with the European Commission and the Presidency of the Council of the European Union Following partial agreement on 5 MFF files (CEF, Digital Programme, Defence Fund, Space Programme and Horizon Europe) the ITRE committee, in particular the relevant negotiating teams, will discuss at its next meeting the outcome of the files and publicly acknowledge the success achieved.
The Romanian Presidency and Commissioners Moedas and Bienkowska will also participate in the exchange of views.
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Video of a committee meeting - Monday, 25 March 2019 - 20:47 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Length of video : 13'
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Disclaimer : The interpretation of debates serves to facilitate communication and does not constitute an authentic record of proceedings. Only the original speech or the revised written translation is authentic.
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP

Video of a committee meeting - Monday, 25 March 2019 - 20:33 - Committee on Transport and Tourism - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Length of video : 8'10''
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Disclaimer : The interpretation of debates serves to facilitate communication and does not constitute an authentic record of proceedings. Only the original speech or the revised written translation is authentic.
Source : © European Union, 2019 - EP