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Elering to prepare Estonian grid for more renewables with €30m aid

In Estonia, Elering has secured funding from the European Commission to speed up the integration of renewable energy onto the grid.

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.

Flemish government and EIB partner on hydrogen development

An deal reached by the EIB and the Flemish government will help scale up the rollout of hydrogen projects in the Belgium region of Flanders.

São Tomé and Príncipe pilots Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion tech

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) technology is based on converting incoming solar radiation into electricity and is continuously available in almost all ocean locations.

PEI Connect: Time to put nuclear back in Europe’s energy toolbox?

European industry is calling for greater emphasis on nuclear power in the face of a gas crunch and stringent emissions targets.

Edison and Snam support Italy’s green hydrogen valley project

Edison and Snam have joined Saipem and Alboran Hydrogen to implement the Puglia Green Hydrogen Valley project in Italy.

EU approves €5.7bn aid to expand France’s solar portfolio

The European Commission has approved €5.7bn to help France expand its renewable energy portfolio to meet decarbonisation goals.

European Commission RTD program

The European Commission has announced a 1995 call for proposals for the Non-Nuclear Energy Research, Technological Develop-ment and Demonstration Program. Two types of proposals will be considered: demonstrations and other initiatives.

European Commission challenges DIW findings

A contention that the European Commission "systematically underestimates" the cost of nuclear power and carbon capture and storage (CCS) and overestimates the cost of renewable power has been called into question by the EU Energy Commissioner's office.

European Commission approves Montedison takeover

Europe's competition commissioners have approved the takeover by the Italenergia consortium of Italian industrial group, Montedison. The green light, given on Tuesday, came as a surprise to many observers who had expected the involvement of Fiat and Electricit�e France (EdF) to prove a stumbling block.

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