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30.11.2018 11:17

New Study: Cost of Capturing CO2 Drops 67% for Next Carbon Capture Plant

A much anticipated new study that demonstrates significant cost reductions for carbon capture and storage (CCS) was released today by the International CCS Knowledge Centre (Knowledge Centre). The release coincides with the International CCS Summit
29.11.2018 9:36

The European Commission adopts a new long-term vision for a carbon neutral economy by 2050

Yesterday, the European Commission adopted a strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy by 2050 – A Clean Planet for all, according to the press release. The strategy shows how Europe can
16.11.2018 12:21

Spain sets out plan for 100% renewable electricity by 2050

Spain has set out plans to switch entirely to renewable electricity by 2050, with goals that go further than current European Union plans, Independent reports. Under the new strategy, greenhouse gas emissions from Spain would be cut by 90% compared
19.09.2018 11:34

New EEA Report: Mercury pollution remains a problem in Europe

According to a new report published today, historical and current emissions of mercury continue to present a significant risk to the environment and human health. According to the report by the European Environment Agency, the main source of new
19.07.2018 11:40

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on a strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions

In a press release, EC announced that it has launched a public consultation on a strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction. All interested citizens and stakeholders can submit their contributions by 9 October 2018 using the Commission’s
17.07.2018 10:24

International Energy Agency warns over decreased global investment in renewables

The IEA has warned over a “worrying” pause in the transition to clean energy after global investment in renewables fell 7% to $318bn in the last year, The Guardian reports. The Agency stated that the decline is to continue in 2018,
12.04.2018 13:20

Finland confirms no coal in 2029

 Finland’s environment minister said on 10 April the country would ban the use of coal in energy generation in 2029. The Finnish government is also looking into a large-scale subsidy scheme that will reward energy firms for abandoning
11.04.2018 13:17

U.N. shipping agency to tackle growing CO2 emissions

There have been years of slow progress, but the strategy could fall well short of what is required to limit global warming. The shipping sector, along with aviation, avoided specific emissions cut targets in a global climate pact agreed at the end
26.03.2018 12:47

Britain stops a new coal mine project on climate grounds

 Britain has rejected plans for a new open cast coal mine in northeastern England. According to the minister for local government the project could hinder Britain in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and curb climate change, Reuters
28.02.2018 11:11

The Energy and Utilities Deals Mark an 8-year Peak

The deals in the energy and utilities business reached an 8-year peak in 2017 as a value – 200.2 billion USD, as well as in number – 516. This was announced by an Ernst & Young (EY) report. The deals in the transmission & distribution
22.02.2018 18:10

IEA: China Will Surpass USA as Largest Nuclear Nation after 2030

During the next 20 years China is going to increase more than three times its nuclear energy capacities and will thus surpass the USA as the largest producer of nuclear electricity in the world, according to the IEA’s projections, quoted by
15.02.2018 16:47

Innogy Enters Australian Solar Market with 460 MW Projects

German energy firm Innogy bought project rights for two solar power plants in Australia worth more than 460 megawatts, continuing its renewables expansion outside its core market Europe, Reuters reported.   The projects, in New South Wales,
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17.09.2020  Boyana Achovski, General Secretary of the international organization Gas Infrastructure
In both short and long term, gas will continue being part of the energy mix of Southeastern Europe
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