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Chinese energy investments in CEE are becoming problematic

After initial success, we haven’t seen much of Chinese energy investments in CEE. Some fear its political influence, plus China is one of the biggest polluters, not in line anymore with the EU climate targets.

Poland is cautious about boosting climate ambitions

Michał Kurtyka pointed out that it would be irresponsible to focus on tightening European climate policy goals now, instead, we should focus on the resumption of economic activity.

Greening the Western Balkans with Hungarian support

Hungary announced the winners that will support the Western Balkans in the areas of renewable energy, water management, waste management, urban sustainability, forestry and agricultural adaptation.
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Russia and Belarus to discuss the conditions of gas supplies for 2021

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.

On the road to making Europe climate neutral – interview with European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson

European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson speaks about the strategies adopted by the EU and the role played by alternative fuels and renewables to increase countries’ energy diversification while decreasing their energy dependence.

Sustainable hospitality: eco-friendly designs from the Nordics to Central Eruope

It might sound futuristic, but the Svart Hotel will be not just an attractive destination because of its magnificent environment, but it will exceed the highest standards of sustainability. The concept of sustainable hospitality is spreading to the CEE region as well.

US House of Representatives passes a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative

The US House of Representatives has unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution in support of the Three Seas Initiative, to strengthen regional interconnectivity countering Russian and Chinese influence.