The European Green Capital 2023 Award goes to the Estonian city of Tallinn, while the title of European Green Leaf 2022 jointly went to the Portuguese city of Valongo and Winterswijk in the Netherlands.
Hungary will receive 4 billion forints (11.4 million euros) from the European Union’s Modernisation Fund to promote renewable energy generation in local communities, informed Hungary’s Ministry of Innovation and Technology.
The new Fit for 55 package aims to support the development of renewable and less polluting energy systems for our buildings, not only by decreasing emissions but also by tackling problems like energy poverty, low quality of life and job creation.
The European Commission has adopted the long-awaited set of proposals known as the Fit for 55 package. CEE is welcoming the package but several concerns were raised regarding a lack of ambitions and fundings.
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