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The Baltic Sea region to fully exploit offshore wind energy

In light of the objective of achieving a climate-neutral EU by 2050 increasing offshore wind energy production will be essential. Energy Ministers from the Baltic Sea region have signed a declaration with Commissioner Kadri Simson for closer cooperation on offshore wind.

Estonia presents a new plan to make the transport system more sustainable and safer

Estonia’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas signed the draft transport and mobility master plan for the next 15 years, aiming to make the transport system more sustainable and safer.

Latvia and Estonia sign MoU for joint offshore wind farm

Latvia and Estonia signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the joint project of the offshore wind farm. It is a good opportunity for knowledge transfer from North-Sea Energy Cooperation.
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EU islands pioneers of the Green Deal

22 further European islands have now published a clean energy transition agenda, including islands from Croatia and Greece which aim to become energy-sufficient and phase out fossil fuels.

Fleet of electric buses arrive in Georgia

Eight electric buses financed by the EBRD and the multi-donor E5P Fund have arrived in Batumi. They will improve the service for the city’s residents by increasing the reliability, safety and efficiency of public transport while benefiting the environment reducing emissions.

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.