EU shows greatest strength in wind (rotors), heat pumps, offshore operations (for installation of renewables), and heating and cooling networks.
The latest Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) progress report aims to draw together the latest developments in technological innovation for a carbon-neutral future.
The October edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
The new JRC report Research and Innovation in Transport Safety and Resilience in Europe, maps European innovation efforts to achieve this goal and identifies the main areas to focus on, such as human factors, cyber security and climate-proof infrastructure.
The upgraded EU Tourism Dashboard offers insights on the impact and state-of-play of this industry and supports the transition to greener, more digital tourism.
The downward revision of the yield forecasts for grain maize (-2%) and sunflowers (-5%) at EU level is mainly due to a worsened outlook for summer crops in Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece.
The yield forecasts for other summer crops, were revised slightly upward at EU level.
Monitoring the EU Digital Transformation: minimising burdens and fostering collaboration as key factors
A new JRC study identifies opportunities for streamlining the monitoring of European digital policies.
Two new JRC handbooks list key actions for effectively countering threats from uncooperative Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
In 2022, the world’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions grew by 1.4% as compared to 2021, while EU GHG emissions fell by 0.8%, according to a new study.
Influencing global demographic trends is challenging. A new JRC report explores the role of policies in addressing demographic change.