GUE/NGL, the left group in the European Parliament, is launching its Climate Emergency Manifesto.
The rules governing the EU’s internal gas market will in future also apply to pipelines to and from third countries. The Council today formally adopted an amendment to the so-called gas directive which aims at closing a legal gap in the EU’s regulatory framework and boosting competition in the gas market. This is the final step in the legislative process.
The conference “Readying for TW Era” organized by the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics (ETIP PV) will take place on 28&29 May 2019 at the BIP House (Rue Royale 2-4) in Brussels, Belgium.
The Energy Union project was conceived by the Juncker Commission which set out to give EU consumers secure, sustainable, competitive and affordable energy, by overhauling European energy and climate systems and policies. It also committed to make the EU the world leader in renewable energy. Four years on, the Energy Union is a reality and the EU has set course to become a climate neutral economy, whilst maintaining its global competitiveness and creating growth and jobs.
Sweden is a global leader in building a low-carbon economy, with the lowest share of fossil fuels in its primary energy supply among all IEA member countries, and the second-lowest carbon-intensive economy.
The consultation will be open until the 30 April 2019 23:59 hours (CET).
Energy is crucial to the 5 Central Asian countries’ – Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan – economic growth, and their governments are increasingly aware of and interested in their renewable energy resources and have deployed sustainable energy strategies and projects in recent years.