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EU adopts methane strategy to reduce emissions in the energy, agriculture and waste sectors

The European Commission adopted an EU strategy to reduce methane emissions in the energy, agriculture and waste sectors, which account for around 95% of methane emissions associated with human activity worldwide.

Europe leads green hydrogen developments but more support is needed

Proposed green hydrogen projects are surging across the globe with Europe and Australia dominating the global pipeline. However, government support will be required to advance projects more quickly.

Renovation Wave must ensure sufficient and dedicated funds for buildings renovations

Members of the European Alliance to Save Energy (EU-ASE) are welcoming the Renovation Wave as a conditio sine qua non to reach the increased GHG emissions target and insist on sufficient and dedicated funds for buildings renovation.
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Gas flows to Europe between new pipelines and a green future

With domestic production falling, Europe is increasingly more dependent on natural gas imports. Norway is the Northern source, Russia still detains a big piece of the East and new routes from the South represent the highest hope of diversification.

PGNiG further extends cooperation with Aker BP building a substantial portfolio in the region

PGNiG Supply & Trading signed a contract with Aker BP for the sales and purchase of natural gas produced on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, another cornerstone in successfully building a substantial portfolio in the region.

New gas-fired heating plant to lower emissions in the Czech Republic

Spolana Neratovice, a member of Unipetrol Group, has commissioned a new heating plant to generate the steam needed for its operations, significantly decreasing the volume of substances emitted into the atmosphere.

Projects from CEE among the winners of the Natura 2000 Awards

A trans-boundary project involving partners in Romania, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine is among the winners of the Natura 2000 Awards for 2020. In addition, the special European Citizens’ Award went to a project from Bulgaria.