The European Commission has cleared a EUR 450m Estonian scheme to subsidise renewable electricity projects over the next 10 years, including switching existing fossil fuel-fired plants to renewables, it said
Category: European Union
Jason Holland A provisional political agreement on the European Maritime, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Fund (EMFAF) for the period of 2021-2027 has been reached by the European Commission, Council, and Parliament.
By Dave Keating Changes taking place in the UK and US could force a rethink of the EU’s flagship climate policy, the Emissions Trading Scheme. When the ETS was set up
Hydrogen is an important alternative for sectors that are stuck in the fossil fuel economy. As national governments and European parliamentarians negotiate the EU’s hydrogen strategy, EASAC issues a new
Brussels’ proposed green reforms to the Energy Charter Treaty face resistance from Japan, yet do not go far enough for environmental campaigners. The EU is trying to remove fossil fuels
If the European Union doesn’t include stricter rules for climate-friendly farming in its main subsidy scheme (CAP), the farming sector will not achieve any emission reductions in the next ten