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    • Energy,Pollution

    IEA report: Tighten air pollution limits by 10-15% to save lives

    The EU could slash nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide levels in the air by an additional 10-15%, preventing 50,000 pollution-related deaths by 2040, the International Energy ..
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    • Energy,Products

    Industry MEPs vote to delay energy label reform

    Talks on an updated product energy label are likely to stall for months after the Industry, Research and Energy Committee voted to deny the rapporteur ..
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    • Energy,General Policy

    Poland referred to EU court over biofuel rules

    The European Commission has referred Poland to the EU Court for failing to have sufficient legal requirements in place for certain biofuels and for discriminatory ..
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    • Energy

    EU court rejects German renewables levy challenge

    The EU court has rejected a German case that could have allowed energy-intensive firms to claw back €30m in state aid they were forced to ..
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    • Energy,Pollution

    EU court rules Austrian hydro project legal

    A nine-year dispute over the legality of a hydropower plant in Austria has ended with the ruling that the facility does not breach EU environmental ..
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    • Energy,Transport,Pollution

    Cuts in marine fuel sulphur improve air quality

    Air quality in port areas and along the coastlines of the North and Baltic Seas has shown “noticeable improvement” following tighter restrictions on sulphur in ..
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    • Energy,Pollution,General Policy

    MEPs divided on offshore disaster liability law

    MEPs have tabled conflicting positions on whether the EU needs new legislation to ensure exploration companies’ liability for offshore oil and gas accidents ..
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    • Energy

    Case against Spain over RES cuts moves forward

    Spain’s supreme court has ruled that retroactive cuts in renewable subsidies introduced in 2013 may have been unconstitutional, opening the door to a possible EU ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Pollution

    Malta faces court over finch trapping

    The European Commission is taking Malta to the EU court for continuing finch trapping on its territory ..
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    • Energy,Products

    Energy label reform offers major efficiency boost – EC

    Energy savings equivalent to the annual consumption of the Baltic states could be achieved each year through reformed energy labelling, the European Commission said as ..
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    • Energy

    EU to overhaul energy labelling of appliances

    Brussels wants to change the system for labelling the energy efficiency of consumer products such as vacuum cleaners, TVs and tumble dryers back to an ..
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    • Energy

    Austria to fight UK nuclear plan in court

    Austria will file a legal complaint in the EU court next week against the European Commission’s decision to authorise UK subsidies for a new nuclear ..
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    • Energy

    UN to arbitrate over Spanish solar subsidy cuts

    The UN’s international trade law commission, UNCITRAL, will arbitrate in a lawsuit against Spain by international solar power investors over retroactive cuts to solar subsidies ..
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    • Energy

    Greece faces fines over energy efficiency

    The European Commission is asking the EU court to fine Greece for failing to update its national energy efficiency law in line with EU legislation ..
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    • Energy,Products

    EU court rules against UK energy efficiency scheme

    The EU court ruled on Thursday that the UK has violated EU rules by offering a reduced VAT rate for energy-saving materials that improve buildings’ ..
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