Commission’s vision for greener cross-border energy projects under fire

MEPs and campaigners have reacted with disappointment to a European Commission proposal to revise its regulation on trans-European energy networks (TEN-E), voicing concerns it could lead to continued support for fossil gas.

by Simon Pickstone
A worker turns a valve on a pipeline at the Bilche-Volytsko-Uherske underground gas storage facility, Ukraine. Critics have warned the proposed revisions to TEN-E could still support fossil gas. Photo: Alexander Zobin /AFP via Getty Images
A worker turns a valve on a pipeline at the Bilche-Volytsko-Uherske underground gas storage facility, Ukraine. Critics have warned the proposed revisions to TEN-E could still support fossil gas. Photo: Alexander Zobin /AFP via Getty Images

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