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    • Energy

    EC defends energy labelling system

    The EC has hit back at a story which claimed that the EU’s energy labelling system was worthless and could mislead consumers into buying products ..
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    • Energy

    EC approves Danish solar and wind subsidy schemes

    The European Commission has approved three different schemes to subsidise electricity production from wind and solar power in Denmark for the rest of this year ..
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    • Energy

    €100m EIB boost for Nordlink

    The European Investment Bank has signed a €100m financing agreement with Netherlands-based grid operator TenneT to support the construction of an electricity interconnector between Norway ..
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    • Energy

    Lithuanian firm invests in Ukrainian solar project

    Lithuania’s Modus Group will invest €30m in the construction of a 35 megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Ukraine, as part of the firm’s strategy ..
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    • Energy

    France gives green light to 103 solar projects

    The French government has approved bids for 103 solar power projects with a total capacity of 720 megawatts (MW) in a move intended to help France's ..
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    • Energy

    Wave power start-up gets €3m in EU funding

    A Danish-led project to produce electricity and fresh water from wave power has been awarded the maximum €3m in support under a European Commission scheme ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Munich Re tightens grip on coal divestment policy

    Germany-based reinsurance giant Munich Re has said that it will limit its investments in the stocks and bonds of companies that derive more than 30% ..
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    • Energy

    Bulgarian authority taken to court over ‘skipping’ EIA test

    Green lawyers are launching legal action against a regional environment authority in Bulgaria, claiming that it did not carry out an EIA on a polluting ..
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    • Energy

    Finland defends use of carbon-intensive peat

    The Finnish government has defended the country’s use of domestic peat to generate power as an alternative to coal. Much of the coal currently burned ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    France pledges action on chemical sea pollution

    The French government has said it will take action on chemicals which pollute the ocean and coral reefs ..
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    • Energy

    Green waste opportunities

    A number of EU countries have embraced green waste opportunities and the conversation on this topic is getting louder. Here, UNTHA UK’s Marcus Brew explains ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Backers warn Europe needs CCS to meet Paris goals

    Europe has no chance of achieving net-zero CO2 emissions by mid-century unless it starts deploying large-scale carbon capture and storage infrastructure within a few years, ..
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    • Energy

    Ireland approves renewable energy auction scheme

    The Irish government has approved a new auction system where energy providers will bid for state support, part of the country’s move to contribute its ..
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    • Energy

    Spain and Croatia to get €240m-plus loans from EIB

    Two low-carbon energy projects in Spain and one energy modernisation project in Croatia have received loans worth more than €240m from the European Investment Bank ..
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    • Energy,Products

    Court rules on Dyson’s EU energy labelling challenge

    The EU Court of Justice has ruled that no supplementary information may be added to energy labels, in its decision on vacuum cleaner maker Dyson’s ..
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