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Polish Council of Ministers approves Act to counteract smog and energy poverty

The Polish Council of Ministers has accepted the draft amendment to the Act on Supporting Thermal Upgrading, Renovations and Certain other Acts to counteract smog and energy poverty and energy efficiency improvement of buildings.

Unipetrol’s environmental protection spending reaches record level

Unipetrol Group reached the historically highest level of 84.5 million euros for environmental protection spending. Investments went mainly to reduce emissions and waste substances and to optimise energy efficiency.

Going vegan to save the environment

What food are we ready to give up to save the planet? Going vegan has undeniable benefits on our health and on the environment: it reduces GHG emissions, protects the soil and saves water.
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Investing in renewables is the right response for the climate change challenge

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Sonya Twohig appointed new Secretary-General of ENTSO-E

Sonya Twohig has been appointed the new Secretary-General of ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity.

French Orano to join Romania’s Cernavoda NPP expansion project

French Prime Minister Jean Castex and his Romanian counterpart Ludovic Orban signed a declaration of intent on cooperation in the civil nuclear field, to build units 3 and 4 of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant and to upgrade unit 1.