EU approves sale of ArcelorMittal’s steel assets to Liberty House

It was a condition set by the Commission for its acquisition of Italian steelmaker Ilva

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Brexit: Energy Balancing and Settlement Code modification decision postponed

It contains multiple references to EU legislation and bodies, however, retaining them if the UK leaves the EU without a deal will mean it is no longer technically accurate

EU approves €5bn Polish energy scheme, probes surcharge reductions

It will support combined heat and power installations connected to the district heating networks in Poland

Poland’s Baltic Pipe pumped up with €215m EU grant

The pipeline creates a new gas supply corridor in the European market, connecting Poland and Denmark with Norway

British Steel seeks £100m from government to pay EU carbon bill

The move has been prompted by Brexit uncertainty

Clean energy and transport projects win share of €4bn EU fund

Grants are being provided for electric buses and trams, wind farms and energy efficiency projects

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Illegal HFC trade ‘flourishing in EU’

The Environmental Investigation Agency claims illegal trade has risen to meet demand after quotas cut supply of the harmful gases

General Electric fined €52m over incorrect data in LM Wind takeover

The company initially said it did not have any offshore wind turbines with higher power output than 6MW, which was inaccurate

EU member states ‘continue to struggle with emissions’

Full implementation of EU environmental legislation is expected to save the economy around €55bn every year

EU accuses BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen of collusion on emissions tech

The Commission believes the car manufacturers’ behaviour restricted competition on innovation for two types of emissions cleaning systems