The Electrification Alliance

Electricity for an Efficient and Decarbonised Europe

Electrification Alliance

We are an alliance of associations that firmly believes electrification is the future of the European Union’s energy system.

Electrification is the process of switching away from fossil fuels toward the use of clean and renewable electricity as the main source of energy for all our applications in society. Many sectors, such as transport, industry, buildings and heating & cooling can undergo the process of electrification. It is increasingly powered by renewable energy sources like wind and solar and supported by demand-side flexibility. Moreover, smart electricity grids make the system highly sustainable, dependable and efficient.

We can avoid the worst consequences of climate change. Electrification is built upon reliable and well-known technologies with shovel-ready solutions. There is no more time to waste on uncertain developments that won’t necessarily deliver what we need.

There are four fundamental reasons why electrification presents so many benefits and can have an extremely positive impact on the European economy and citizens.

Electrification means:


Rapid and sustainable growth for Europe
Decarbonising Europe and reducing pollution
Energy efficiency, consumer empowerment, digitalisation and innovation
Quality jobs across Europe


Why Electrification

Electrify Now!

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Electricity gets cleaner every year. And we know how to reach zero.

Oped by Dries Acke, Director at the European Climate Foundation
Yes, we get the question. Why is the European Climate ...
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An ambitious Fit for 55 package is crucial to decarbonise Europe’s heating and cooling sector and make it fit for 2050

Oped by Thomas Nowak, Secretary General of the European Heat Pump Association Heat pumps are already the technology of choice ...
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The copper industry has a significant role to play in enabling decarbonisation

By Bernard Respaut, CEO of the European Copper Institute The EU Energy Roadmap 2050 estimates that copper-enabled decarbonising technologies can ...
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Death of coal across many countries.

Share of electricity from coal: 1990 ➡️ 2020

🇩🇪 Germany: 57% ➡️ 23%
🇺🇸 USA: 53% ➡️ 20%
🇬🇷 Greece: 72% ➡️ 15%
🇩🇰 Denmark: 91% ➡️ 12%
🇵🇹 Portugal: 32% ➡️ 5%
🇪🇸 Spain: 40% ➡️ 2%
🇮🇪 Ireland: 41% ➡️ 2%
🇬🇧 UK: 65% ➡️ 2%

World’s first subsidy-free #offshorewind farm, located off the coast of the Netherlands, has begun generating #electricity & feeding it into the Dutch grid. In 2023 it will generate enough #electricity for 1.5 million households. #ElectrifyNow! ⚡

In this article by #LightsOnWomen contributor writer @MirellaJohler
(@uniinnsbruck), she discusses #energycommunities under the #CleanEnergyPackage, their role in mitigating the #energycrisis, challenges and solutions to their implementations

The #REPowerEU is our plan to phase out Russian fossil fuels and accelerate the green transition.

By acting as a Union, Europe can do it faster.

Find out more in our Twitter moment 👇

To answer the needs of #ElectricVehicle users, Canada is investing $2.4 million to install 500 #EV chargers in 68 sites. In addition, Canada’s Infrastructure Bank will invest $500m to add 50,000 #zeroemission vehicle chargers to the national network. 🔌🔋

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