The renewable energy sector added 176 GW of generating capacity globally last year. In CEE renewables grew by 11% outpacing the average European growth rate of 6.5%.
PGNiG sold the first two LNG cargoes from the reloading station in Klaipėda where, since April 1 2020, the company has been the sole user.
European gas associations have published a joint paper, which demonstrates the concrete benefits of using BioLNG to decarbonise hard to abate transport sectors.
Renewables, storage and hydrogen are all key aspects of the future of energy. And innovative sustainable solutions from Central and Eastern Europe are worth a particular mention.
An analysis of Cambridge Econometrics argues that a green recovery in the Visegrad Group countries is not only important for climate goals but also could provide an important push towards pre-Covid levels of employment and economic activity.
Gazprom announced that the issue of repaying the debt owed by Belarusian consumers for Russian gas supplies had been completely settled. Therefore, negotiations can be launched to discuss the conditions of gas supplies for 2021.