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EU to increase publicly accessible EV and hydrogen refuelling stations

A political agreement has been reached between the European Parliament and the Council to boost the number of publicly accessible EV and hydrogen refuelling stations.

EU presents voluntary commitments to address global water crisis

The EU has presented its voluntary commitments to the Water Action Agenda to address the global water crisis and ensure water security by 2050 ahead of the ongoing UN Water Conference in New York.

EU launches large-scale renewable energy skills partnership

Renewable energy trade associations and representatives of installers of clean technologies, with the support of the European Commission, have set up a large-scale skills partnership for the renewable energy industrial ecosystem.

Commission proposes reform of the EU electricity market design

The European Commission has proposed a reform of the EU's electricity market design to accelerate a surge in renewables and the phase-out of gas and to better protect consumers from future price spikes.

EU-US Task Force on the Inflation Reduction Act takes practical steps forward

US President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that both the US and the EU are taking new steps to deepen their economic relationship while building the clean energy economies of the future.

Europe is ready to reinforce its LNG infrastructure, EU officials say

European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič and Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson said that Europe is getting ready to reinforce its LNG infrastructure, sharing some predictions during a press conference.

The ‘energy efficiency first’ principle is given legal strength for the first time

The European Parliament and the Council reached a provisional agreement to reform and strengthen the EU Energy Efficiency Directive.

Latvia, Poland, Hungary and Croatia among the countries listed in the EU package of infringement decisions

In its regular package of infringement decisions, the European Commission is pursuing legal action against EU countries for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law.

Romania: European Commission approves 259 mln euros scheme to support investments in batteries, photovoltaic cells and panels

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a 259 million-euro Romanian scheme to support investments in the production, assembly and recycling of batteries, photovoltaic cells, and panels.

EU electricity market reform: 7 countries prepare list of priorities for the Commission

Estonia and Latvia have joined 5 EU countries in sending a letter to the European Commission urging it to propose a targeted EU electricity market reform that takes into account the green transition; that brings benefits to the customers; and that retains the benefits of the current design.

New CO2 emissions targets for heavy-duty vehicles: what will happen to renewable liquid fuels?

The European Commission has proposed new CO2 emissions targets for new heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) from 2030 onwards. What about renewable liquid fuels?

European Commission proposes new hydrogen regulations

The European Commission has proposed detailed rules to define what constitutes renewable hydrogen in the EU with the adoption of two Delegated Acts, required under the Renewable Energy Directive.

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