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A group of 116 MEPs, NGOs and trade associations has urged the European Commission to keep the EU renewable energy directive clear from ‘low carbon fossil fuels’.
Only the threat of a coordinated withdrawal from the Energy Charter Treaty will allow the EU to push ahead with plans to bring the controversial agreement in line with the Paris Agreement, a policy conference heard yesterday.
German plans to subsidise a massive expansion in offshore wind farms are compatible with EU state aid rules, the European Commission has announced.
The European Commission is seeking input on whether it needs to reform rules governing the gas sector to reflect the EU’s climate targets, while industry group Eurogas has said it will bring forward its net-zero goal to 2045.
EU member states should agree to drive up the green ambition of the Batteries Regulation proposed by the European Commission last year, green groups have said in the run-up to a meeting of environment ministers on Thursday.
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