EU to mobilise €30bn to support regional energy transition

Projects of energy and transport infrastructure, district heating networks and energy efficiency measures will be prioritised

EU commits to slash pesticide use by 50% by 2030 in green agriculture announcement

The announcement comes as part of a new roadmap to make farming and agriculture more sustainable

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EIB confirms €1bn to consolidate European battery industry

The funding forms part of the European Battery Alliance, committed to creating a competitive, cleaner and advanced battery cell industry

Lithuania forges ahead with 700MW offshore wind power plans in the Baltic Sea

The proposed offshore project is expected to generate up to three million MWh of electricity annually, enough to cover 25% of the nation’s current power demand

Calls for single-use plastics directive postponement due to Covid-19 crisis

Single-use plastics are vital for safety and hygiene in current pandemic

EU injects €1.4bn of funding into green projects across seven member states

Green infrastructure projects in Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain will benefit from the EU funding

EU announces almost €1bn of clean energy infrastructure funding

The EU funding will finance projects that enhance security of energy supply and contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions

EU unveils climate law to go net zero by 2050

The first-ever ‘Climate Law’ will be the basis of the EU’s Green Deal aimed at making the 27-country bloc climate neutral by 2050

European Commission approves Total’s plans to buy Direct Energie

It judged the proposed merger would not raise competition concerns

Ukraine’s ‘energy efficiency, renewables potential huge’

The potential for energy efficiency and renewable energy in Ukraine is “huge”. That’s the view of Maros Sefcovic, European Commission Vice President for Energy Union. During a visit to Kyiv, Ukraine, he said the Commission is prepared to support the establishment of the Energy Efficiency Fund before the end of the year. Mr Sefcovic said: […]