• January 2017 - EPPSA Technology Evening

Join us for a keynote speech by Mr. Dominique Ristori, Director General for Energy at the European Commission, and a panel debate on the 'Clean Energy for all Europeans' package. REGISTER HERE

  • July 2016 - EPPSA's latest reponse to EU Public Consultation

EPPSA recommendations on the EC interim report of the Sector Inquiry on Capacity mechanisms

  • June 2016 - EEF Briefing for MEP assistants

Take a look at our presentation on available technologies to ensure EU's Security of Electricity Supplyincluding thermal power generation technologies. 

  • May 2016 - Press Article 

'Thermal Power ready for Fresh Challenges' by Secretary General Patrick Clerens, Power Engineering International, issue May 2016 

  • January 2016 - Annual Report 2015




Developing the Future!

The European Power Plant Suppliers Association (EPPSA) is the voice, at European level, of companies supplying power plants, components and services. EPPSA members, located throughout Europe, represent a leading sector of technology with more than 100,000 employees.

EPPSA actively promotes awareness of the importance of flexible and efficient, state-of-the-art thermal power generation and its crucial contribution to ensuring a clean, secure, and affordable energy supply.

EPPSA believes increased investment in Research, Development and Demonstration is a key factor in driving EU competitiveness as well as ensuring an affordable low emission power supply.

Virtually all thermal power plants in the EU are built by members of EPPSA or equipped with their components, and provide around 50% of Europe’s electricity. EPPSA members provide the most advanced thermal power technologies in the world.


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The Tetrahedron of Grid Stability

The increasing share of intermittent renewable energy sources in the energy system poses challenges to meet the ever growing demand for electricity in Europe.

This short video shows how thermal power generation can play a crucial contribution, as a reliable, dispatchable and affordable energy source, whether based on conventional energy sources or renewables such as biomass, to ensure the grid stability and security of the electricity supply to meet today and future’s society needs for energy.