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Poland proposes new regulations on waste management and renewables

In response to the current epidemic situation in Poland, the Ministry of Climate proposed new solutions regarding waste management, in particular medical waste, and...

Rusatom to start modernising Bulgaria’s nuclear power plant

Rusatom Service signed a contract to update and modernise the neutron-flux monitoring equipment at Kozloduy Bulgarian nuclear power plant (NPP).

Eesti Energia to start construction of a new oil plant

Eesti Energia will build a new oil plant to valorise the most important mineral resource of Estonia, create new jobs and reduce the impact on the environment.

E.ON to not lose sight of the climate targets amid coronavirus outbreak

E.ON will not lose sight of the climate targets, while at the same time committing to ensure energy supply during the coronavirus outbreak.

Green LNG key towards a sustainable future for the shipping industry

Green forms of LNG could be a viable fuel for ships to help the industry meet greenhouse-gas emission reduction targets.

DNV GL: Energy Transition Outlook 2019

The outlook predicts a rapid transition: by mid-century, the energy mix will be split almost equally between fossil and non-fossil sources.

ČEZ applies for permission to build two new blocks at the Dukovany Nuclear Power Station

ČEZ is ready for the licensing process in accordance with the Atomic Energy Act and filed for permission to build two new nuclear power blocks at Dukovany.

Novatek and Nauticor to develop an LNG supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea

Nauticor and Novatek will cooperate to develop a joint LNG supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea range and reduce CO2 emissions.

Eesti Energia interested in wind farms to reach renewable energy goals

Despite the climate policy requiring cleaner energy production, the last major wind farms in Estonia were completed more than seven years ago.

Estonia to increase the proportion of biomass in its electricity production

Estonia approved the amendments to the Electricity Market Act that are aimed at increasing the proportion of biomass in the country’s energy portfolio.

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