A delegation of EPSU and the Belgian union Gazelco took the protests of the French energy unions to the French permanent delegation in Brussels. We showed our solidarity with the French unions in EDF, a dominantly state-owned company.
Sep. 19, 2019
Sep. 17, 2019
La FSESP, la Fédération européenne des syndicats de services publics, appelle ce jeudi 19 septembre à manifester devant la représentation permanente de la France auprès de l'Union européenne à Bruxelles pour montrer sa solidarité avec les travailleurs français d'EDF
Jun. 21, 2019
This week the Right to Energy coalition organised an European event with over 100 participants from 20 countries and several European organisations.
Feb. 14, 2019
Strengthening collective bargaining, increasing wages and analysing the impact of liberalisation in the utility sector were the main focus of a 3-days visit organised in Kiev (Ukraine) from 5th to 8th of February.
Jan. 04, 2019 Trade unions representing workers in the electricity, gas and water sectors organised a day of strike action on 17 December. The unions are concerned that changes to procurement rules will lead to more outsourcing and so threaten jobs, pay and conditions and the quality of services. Meanwhile, unions organising in the private health sector began a series of regional actions with a strike in Lazio on 14 December as part of a campaign to secure a new sector agreement covering 150000 workers. It is 12 years since the last agreement was negotiated.
Nov. 23, 2018
Public policy backed by public investment and quality public services are the tools to achieve the long-term goal of preventing climate chaos and delivering on just transition.
Oct. 23, 2018
On 23 October 2018, the European Social Partners in the Electricity Sector – EPSU, IndustriAll and Eurelectric – came together to finalise their joint project on the right qualifications and good working conditions for young workers and trainees.
Oct. 15, 2018
On 11 October 2018, EPSU’s Utilities Standing Committee came together to discuss several urgent issues.