Eurogas announced last Wednesday that together with seven other industry organisations it has called on the European Commission to "immediately and fully" include biomethane and biomethane-based imports in the Union Database.
ORLEN Group's Energa announced on Monday that Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection has approved the move to create a joint venture between Energa and Canadian energy company Northland Power.
Romania's Ministry of Energy announced on Monday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with American Bio-Carbon Delaware for the adoption of biofuels in southwestern Romania.
Lithuania’s concept plan for the development of offshore wind farms and SEA report are now available
Lithaunia's Ministry of Energy informed about the preparation of the concept plan for the development of engineering infrastructure and the strategic environmental assessment (SEA) ahead of the second tender for offshore wind farms.
Hungary's government announced a program with a budget of 62 billion forints (163 million euros) encouraging the development of domestic enterprises that increase the flexibility of the electricity system and promote the more efficient use of green energy.
PERN announced on Wednesday that it has adapted further filling stations for road tankers to dosing biocomponents at a fuel base in Dębogórze in northern Poland.
Quicker phase-out of oil shale use in electricity generation can help Estonia reach climate neutrality, IEA says
Estonia’s ambitious targets for a climate-neutral economy by 2050 highlight the country’s commitment to the energy transition, but a quicker phase-out of oil shale use in electricity generation and streamlining permitting for new renewable energy projects are essential to realise these goals while maintaining energy security, according to a new policy review by the IEA.
The EBRD announced on Friday that its first project with the InvestEU programme will finance the construction of three solar farms with a combined capacity of 30 MW in Croatia.
Decentralised renewable energy supply is key to address climate change and improve competitiveness, says Bulgarian deputy energy minister
Decentralised renewable energy supply is one of the ways to address climate change, improve the competitiveness of the Bulgarian economy and provide secure and sustainable energy supplies for citizens and businesses, said Bulgarian Deputy Energy Minister.
Cemex Poland has entered into a long-term contract with Statkraft for the supply of green electricity, which is confirmed and secured by the purchase of a Guarantees of Origin.