Gazprom claimed that the amount of GHG emissions via the Nord Stream and TurkStream pipelines is more than three times lower than that from LNG supplies from the US to Europe.
The Belgrade waste-to-energy project, which will provide 1.7 million inhabitants with a modern waste management system, has reached financial close.
PKN ORLEN decided to focus on the development of low- and zero-carbon energy sources. It will move further with the Ostrołęka power plant only if it uses gas.
Investments in RES in the EU reached 66% in the first half of 2020. Hungary is stepping up green bond issuance to mobilise additional funds and the Caucasus in interested in increasing its share of RES. However, funds must support the right priorities.
Sonya Twohig has been appointed the new Secretary-General of ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity.
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.
PGNiG signed a multi-year contract with Ørsted for the sale and purchase of natural gas. The company continues to grow and strengthens its position in Northern Europe and particularly in the Danish market which will be linked to Norway and Poland via the Baltic Pipe.