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EU industry associations signed the Tallinn e-energy declaration

On September 19 the Tallinn e-energy declaration was signed by Energy Commissioner Arias Cañete, Minister for Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kadri Simson, representatives of EU member states and industry associations with the aim of digitising the European energy market further.

“Building a secure energy sector of the future requires broad cooperation among all stakeholders,” said Simson, adding that the greatest ideas occur when the two sectors meet, and that the follow-up to the signing ceremony is all about exploring the ‘no man’s land’ between digital and energy.

“Eventually the solutions created for consumers have to be smart and simple enough to create interest in their consumption habits, and energy efficiency for the consumers themselves,” said Ando Leppiman, Deputy Secretary General for Energy.

The Tallinn e-energy declaration was signed on 19-20 September in the margins of the high-level conference on electricity market and informal meeting of energy ministers.

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