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European Commission backs floating tidal innovation project

The FORWARD-2030 project consortium will receive €20.5 million from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

European Commission greenlights Vilnius CHP plant

The European Commission today approved support for a combined heat and power-based district heating plant in Vilnius, Lithuania.

European Commission chief leaves no room for doubt on decarbonisation commitment

A high-ranking director of the European Commission's climate strategy directorate left a gathering of power professionals under no illusions as to the commitment of Brussels to a global clean energy future, when he spoke at the European Power Plant Suppliers Association's 10th annual technology evening this week.

European Commission chief emphasises North Sea offshore wind plan

The vice president of the European Commission, Maros Sefcovic, has for the second time in a week reiterated Brussels determination to bring about an integrated North Sea offshore grid, and believes the impetus for the initiative will be furthered early in 2016.

GE set to pass European Commission test

Alstom CEO Patrick Kron told a sales call yesterday that the deal for his company to be acquired by General Electric is set to clear its final hurdle.

European Commission aims to avoid imposition of fines on Germany and the UK

The European Commission says it will work closely with the British and German governments to avoid the scenario of substantial fines being imposed for breaches of the law within both nations' coal power sectors.

European Commission “not blocking” construction of Paks nuclear power plant

Brussels is seeking a change to the fuel supply aspect involved in the expansion of the Paks nuclear power plant in Hungary, but is not challenging the expansion of the facility itself.

European Commission renewables chief highlights importance of heating ahead of power

The head official at the European Commission's renewable directorate says the EU'S focus needs to shift away from electricity towards heating and cooling if it is to achieve a balanced and successful energy policy.

European Commission votes approval for Hinkley Point

Brussels has voted to allow the UK's newest nuclear power plant to go ahead, after receiving final approval from the European Commission.

European Commission passes state aid guidelines

The European Commission has adopted new rules on public support for projects in the energy sector.