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Czech Republic must ramp up coal phase-out efforts says IEA

IEA is urging the Czech government to start making better use of the various low-carbon energy sources to drive a secure energy transition.

EIB and Hydrogen Europe partner to drive green financing

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Hydrogen Europe have signed an agreement for consultancy services.

A good fit? Industry reacts to EC’s Fit for 55 package

The Fit for 55 Package published yesterday, 14 July, has unsurprisingly yielded a mixed bag of reactions from European industry.
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PEI Connect: Raptors at risk due to wind turbine collisions

A new study by the USGS and Oklahoma State University focuses on how best to protect bird species from the impact of the growing wind industry.

Timmermans: Fit for 55 package will be ‘bloody hard… but you can’t dispute the...

The Fit for 55 roadmap of legislative changes has been proposed to put a greater price on carbon and a greater premium on decarbonisation.

EU adopts €17 billion Just Transition Fund

The European Council has adopted a regulation establishing a €17.5 billion ($21.3 billion) fund which will contribute towards making the green transition fair and inclusive.
Timmermans outlines EU’s ‘Herculean task’ of decarbonisation

Timmermans outlines EU’s ‘Herculean task’ of decarbonisation

The European energy sector is poised for an industrial revolution "comparable to the jump we made when James Watt invented the steam engine".
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Poland opposes EU Court’s decision to shut coal mine

PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna said it cannot agree to closing the Turów lignite mine, as it supplies electricity to 3.7 million of Polish households.
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EU approves €400m Danish aid scheme to develop renewables

The scheme will develop a variety of renewable technologies, namely; onshore and offshore wind, wave power plants, hydroelectric power plants and solar PV.
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Oil & gas sector committed to a successful energy transition

In a world that is rapidly turning green, a traditionally dirty industry is making great strides to clean up its act and in fact, has a great deal to offer the world's energy transition in terms of skills, technology, and capital.