A new brochure illustrating the energy window of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme was recently published by the European Commission’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA).
Emissions reported by 11,600 ships have added up to over 138 million tonnes of CO2 emissions, representing 3.7 per cent of total EU CO2 emissions.
This report is aimed at analysing the impact of COVID-19 on US natural gas demand and their LNG exports as well as the implication on the global gas and LNG markets.
In addition to reviewing 2019 energy and CO2 emissions data by fuel and country, for this section of the Global Energy Review, the IEA has tracked energy use by country and fuel over the past three months and in some cases, such as electricity, in real-time.
This new study highlights that additional EU climate and energy policies are needed to position Europe on the road to net-zero by 2050.
Representatives of the Polish government and entrepreneurs from the offshore wind industry signed a Letter of Intent on cooperation for the development of offshore wind power.
The construction of the gas pipeline under the Neris River, part of the Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL) project, has been successfully completed.
The EU launched the Just Transition Platform (JTP), to help Member States accessing over 150 billion euros of funds. Coal regions don’t have to die but they can play an active role in the energy transition.
Getting to net-zero by 2050 will require tremendous effort from the private sector to make timely and sufficient steps towards decarbonisation. Each industry faces different obstacles, therefore the path they choose may also diverge.