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Romania: The driver of the European energy transit

Romania: The driver of the European energy transit

| June 16, 2020

The European Commission has presented a €750 billion plan to create a “green recovery” fund for the EU countries, with up a quarter of the fund to be used to achieve climate neutrality in the energy sector as part of the “green deal”. The authors of the project believe that environmental sustainability should become a […]

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Commission approves support for electricity production in Spanish non-peninsular territories

Commission approves support for electricity production in Spanish non-peninsular territories

| May 29, 2020

The European Commission has approved, under EU state aid rules, the support granted by Spain to electricity generators for supplying electricity in the Spanish non-peninsular territories as a Service of General Economic Interest (SGEI). These territories include the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. The main objective of the scheme is to guarantee […]

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Investment Plan: First #EIB financing of #SolarEnergy project in #Poland  

Investment Plan: First #EIB financing of #SolarEnergy project in #Poland  

| May 28, 2020

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed on 27 May its first loan to a company building and running solar energy plants in Poland. The EU bank will lend PLN 82 million (around €18m) to Energy Solar Projekty sp.zo.o. for the construction and operation of 66 small-scale, independent photovoltaic plants. The plants are expected to […]

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#EDF seeks building consent for Britain’s #SizewellC nuclear plant

#EDF seeks building consent for Britain’s #SizewellC nuclear plant

| May 28, 2020

French utility EDF has submitted an application to Britain’s regulators to build the £17-18 billion Sizewell C nuclear plant in the east of England, it said on Wednesday (27 May), writes Susanna Twidale. The application, known as a development consent order, made to the UK’s Planning Inspectorate was expected in March but was delayed due […]

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Commission approves €550 million Danish scheme to support electricity production from biomass installations

Commission approves €550 million Danish scheme to support electricity production from biomass installations

| May 20, 2020

The European Commission has approved a DKK 4,150 million (approximately €550m) state aid scheme to support the production of electricity in existing and depreciated biomass installations in Denmark. The installations benefitting from the scheme will receive support in the form of a premium covering the additional operating costs of producing electricity from biomass compared to […]

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Commission launches public consultation on trans-European energy infrastructure review

Commission launches public consultation on trans-European energy infrastructure review

| May 19, 2020

The Commission has launched a public consultation on the review of the EU rules on trans-European energy infrastructure. The consultation will be open for 8 weeks until 13 July 2020 and all responses gathered will be taken into account for the review of the existing trans-European energy infrastructure (TEN-E) regulation, which will make a fundamental contribution to the European Green […]

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International collaboration in the field of #ICT research is a central cog in the wheel in tackling the global challenges of today

International collaboration in the field of #ICT research is a central cog in the wheel in tackling the global challenges of today

| May 11, 2020

  Researchers and scientists from all over the world are working together to find a vaccine to combat Coronavirus. Companies from Europe, China, USA, Australia and Canada are at the forefront in seeking to find medical solutions to tackle Covid-19. But there is one common denominator in the work of all these specific research programmes. […]

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