Environment: Evaluation of Directive 2011/65/EU (“RoHS”): Improving implementation in a Circular Economy context
Orgalim considers the RoHS Directive as effective, efficient, relevant and of added value as a sector specific tool addressing a number of important specificities of the EEE sector in support of a circular economy.
Environment: Orgalim response to the public consultation on the RoHS evaluation
Orgalim representing Europe’s Technology Industries, innovative companies spanning the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics, and metal technology branches, thanks the European Commission for the opportunity to contribute to the public consultation on the evaluation of the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU on the restriction of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEE).
In conversation with Rada Rodriguez
In November Orgalim welcomed its new President: Rada Rodriguez, Senior Vice President at French electrical engineering giant Schneider Electric. Passionate about her industry and brimming with energy for the challenges ahead, she has arrived in the role determined to make an impact.
Industrial AI: the first 100 days and beyond
The new European Commission is expected to put forward a framework on AI within the first 100 days. So coinciding as it did with the Commission’s second day in office on 2 December, the Orgalim event ‘Industrial AI: the first 100 days and beyond’ could not have been more timely.
Energy & Climate: A European Green Deal of Strategic Foresight: Reinvigorating Europe and driving an industrial renaissance for a clean planet for all
Orgalim envisions a European Green Deal that reinvigorates Europe and drives an industrial renaissance for a clean planet for all. Orgalim supports enshrining the objective of climate neutrality by 2050 in a new Climate Law under the Green Deal to be presented by the incoming von der Leyen Commission.
Welcoming the new Commission with a vision for industry’s role in the future of Europe
As European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and her team take office, all eyes are on the direction the new Commission will set out in its first 100 days. Major initiatives are expected across a multitude of priorities as presented in Ms von der Leyen’s political guidelines – from a ‘European Green Deal’ in the climate arena to AI and data in the digital space.
Energy & Climate: United in delivering the energy union and climate action – Setting the foundations for a successful clean energy transition:Key messages of Europe’s technology industries on closing the gaps in the draft national and energy climate plans
The Clean Energy for All European package has set in place a unique system of energy and climate governance ensuring that the Union and its Members have a common framework for jointly planning and fulfilling collectively the newly agreed 2030 energy and climate targets. Integrated National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) are a key tool of this framework.
Environment: The European technology industries’ priorities for the sustainable use and management of water in Europe
Water was classified as one of the main catalysts for changes in Europe by 2025, according to a recent EU report. Acting upon the priorities, which Orgalim supports and strongly recommends to the EU’s next legislative term, would surely propel these changes in a positive direction, shaping a future that is good for citizens, the environment and economy.