Thursday, April 15, 2021


ČEZ Group completes the sale of its Romanian companies to MIRA

ČEZ Group has successfully concluded a transaction in which its Romanian assets have been acquired by funds managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets.

How Hungary and the V4 countries can benefit from a post-COVID-19 green economic recovery

A new analysis produced by Cambridge Econometrics shows that Hungary and the Visegrád countries can benefit from five key tools for a post-COVID-19 green economic recovery.

The make-or-break decade has begun: climate action must start now

The spirit of the Paris agreement still pervades most of the countries and the climate actions taken between now and 2030 will determine whether we can avert the most devastating effects of climate change in the future.

Certification for hydropower is now formally available for issuers of green debt products across all markets

The Climate Bonds Standard Board has approved the Hydropower Criteria under the International Climate Bonds Standard, providing screening criteria for investments in sustainable hydropower projects.

EBRD launches energy efficiency programme for households in Montenegro

The EBRD is launching a new Green Economy Financing Facility in Montenegro that will provide loans to households for energy efficiency improvements.

Russia to include nuclear power as a green activity

The list of green activities of the Russian Taxonomy also includes nuclear power, which generates no direct CO2 emissions putting it on the same level as renewable sources.

New EBRD strategy for Hungary focuses on green investments

The EBRD has adopted a new country strategy for Hungary that identifies the priorities as an investor and a partner in policy engagement in Hungary for the period 2021-26.

Recovery fund: one billion euro for Slovakia’s green transformation

As more than 30% of the EU recovery fund must be allocated for the Member States’s green transformation, 1 billion euro will specifically target the environment and the wellbeing of Slovakians.

Green and smart investments are keys in post-COVID-19 Romania

According to the EIB and the National Bank of Romania, COVID-19 caused a massive economic shock: the strengthening of green and smart investments will be key in the post-COVID-19 world.

PGE plans renewable energy investments to be included in the National Recovery Plan

For Poland's National Recovery Plan, PGE has prepared 24 projects worth 16 billion euros, 80% of which is to be invested in renewable energy sources.

Dentons advises two new transactions showing the attractiveness of the Polish RES market

Dentons advised two new transactions, one acquisition and one sale, regarding wind farms in Poland, another proof of the attractiveness of the Polish renewable energy market.

Romgaz to bid for ExxonMobil’s 50% stake in Black Sea in two months

Romanian Energy Minister Virgil Popescu announced that Romgaz will submit a bid to take over the 50% stake of US energy group ExxonMobil in the Black Sea natural gas project, Neptun Deep.

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