Iberdrola agrees its ‘largest ever’ green loan of €1bn with Santander

The funds will finance the acquisition of turbines for both onshore and offshore windfarm projects

Europe had its warmest summer on record in 2021 due to climate change

Sea surface temperatures in areas of the Baltic and eastern Mediterranean regions were the highest since at least 1993, according to a new report

European electricity consumption back to pre-pandemic levels

Consumption across Europe soared by 5%, according to a new report

Bulgaria considering ditching Russian gas

The country is looking to cut its deal with Gazprom at the end of this year

Oil exploration in Greek waters poses threat to whales, campaigners say

Greenpeace activists oppose seismic testing by TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil in whale grounds

RWE and PPC partner for 2GW solar venture in Greece

The venture will add to RWE’s current worldwide 9GW portfolio of renewable energy projects

EU approves Greek measures allowing PPC rivals increased access to electricity

The announcement comes after an investigation found the power utility’s exclusive access to lignite-fired generation gave it an unfair advantage

Biogest to build two biogas plants in Greece

The plants will together supply electricity to around 3,700 homes using waste from farming

Prince Charles on climate change: “We all need to race to the front line now”

The Prince of Wales said the recent wildfires in Greece have been “the stuff of nightmares”

‘We might see extreme heat dome weather patterns appearing every other year by the end of the century’

That’s the suggestion by the Met Office climate scientist Freya Garry who spoke to ELN about the extreme heatwaves and wildfires happening across southeast Europe