The Danish Energy Agency encourages relevant parties to answer a questionnaire on frequency administration and climate roofs.
The questionnaire was published by a European expert group examining the role of frequency management in relation to climate roofs, and where the Danish Energy Agency, on behalf of Denmark, holds the presidency together with Ireland.
Wireless technologies are expected to play a significant role in the green transition both nationally and internationally. All wireless communication technologies use frequencies. Therefore, the Danish Energy Agency works actively to identify and support the interaction between frequency administration and climate roofs, among other things in a European expert group chaired by the Danish Energy Agency and the Irish telecommunications authority.
This expert group has just published a questionnaire, which the Danish Energy Agency invites relevant parties to answer. It is, for example, interest groups or companies that expect to use wireless technologies for climate solutions, and which may have special needs in relation to future frequency management.
Questionnaire on frequency management and climate
The Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG) is composed of representatives of the EU Member States and assists and advises the Commission on spectrum policy issues. In 2020, the RSPG set up a working group to examine how spectrum management at European level can contribute to climate change. For the purpose of the group’s forthcoming report, a questionnaire has been prepared, which is aimed at users of frequencies, including both telecommunications companies and users of wireless technologies. The questions include:
- The interplay between European climate initiatives such as the Green Deal and the ECO Design Directive and spectrum policy
- Possible initiatives that can reduce the CO2 footprint of wireless communication networks and wireless equipment in the EU
- How wireless technologies can support climate change in other sectors
- Use of frequencies to monitor climate change and collect weather data
- The possibilities for introducing climate roofs in frequency policy and administration.
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