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Denmark gives Nord Stream 2 permission to use pipe-laying vessels

The Danish Energy Agency gave Nord Stream 2 permission to use pipe-laying vessels with anchors for the remaining part of the pipelines to be constructed in Denmark.

US senators file a new bill that could put an end to the realisation of Nord Stream 2

US Senators have filed a new, bipartisan sanctions legislation, that will make it impossible to complete the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Germany rejects derogation for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Germany’s Federal Network Agency has rejected the application of the operator of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline which had asked for derogation from regulation.
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Fleet of electric buses arrive in Georgia

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Commission gives green light to acquisition of Innogy’s Czech subsidiary by MVM Group

The European Commission has given green light to the acquisition of Innogy’s entire electricity and gas retail business in the Czech Republic by MVM Group, which aims to become the leading energy company in CEE.

A new campaign brings new impulses to the perception of energy savings in the Czech Republic

Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade launched the Smart Choice campaign, which aims to bring new impulses to the perception of energy savings, support active consumption management and thus contribute to better energy use.