Energy think tank Ember has modelled a pathway to a coal-free Czechia by 2030. There is a feasible route, the lowest cost one being a strong focus on wind and solar, without replacing coal generation with fossil gas.
GE Renewable Energy will supply 22 Cypress onshore wind turbines units for three wind farms in Lithuania adding 23% of green power capacity to the country’s current wind power production.
BIF IV Europe Holdings in cooperation with Mansa Investments, intend to launch a tender offer for 100% of the shares in Polenergia, advised by Dentons, in a move to delist the company from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Pál Ságvári has been appointed vice president for international affairs of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA) and new Vice-Chairperson of the Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA).
Paweł Majewski has been appointed as President of PGNiG Management Board.
CEE: a very exciting region that may provide global leadership – interview with NEA Director-General William D. Magwood
William D. Magwood IV, Director-General of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) speaks about the importance of nuclear to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 and the CEE region as one of the most exciting regions in the world.
Hungary calls for climate convergence – interview with State Secretary for Energy and Climate Péter Kaderják
Péter Kaderják, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Policy at the Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology speaks about the country’s future energy mix and the social aspect of the energy transition.
Walburga Hemetsberger, CEO of SolarPower Europe writes about the clear trend emerged this year: solar and renewables have offered predictability, resilience and security while other energy sources have failed.
Coca-Cola HB has been again rated as Europe’s most sustainable beverage company. With its 2025 sustainability commitments, the company aims to address key global challenges such as single-use plastic and packaging waste, inequality, climate change and so on.
Globally we generate around one trillion GB. The superfast 5G technology will enable faster data download and it has a big potential to curb GHG emissions. But it will also lead to skyrocketing energy use.