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    • Energy

    Commission warns MEPs against bioenergy restrictions

    It would be impractical and unnecessary for the EU to ban the burning of whole trees as a renewable fuel source, climate and energy commissioner ..
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    • Chemicals

    Seven new SVHCs announced by ECHA as list grows

    The European Chemicals Agency has added seven substances of very high concern and updated the entry for bisphenol-A, as the list of SVHCs hits 181 ..
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    • Energy,Transport

    EP urged to keep 7% crop-based biofuels cap

    Bioethanol lobby group Epure has called on the European Parliament to retain a 7% cap on crop-based biofuels post-2020 ahead of a vote on reforms ..
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    • Energy,Transport

    EU backs renewable gas transport project in Ireland

    Ireland’s gas grid operator and research institute NUI Galway have secured EU funding for a renewable gas-based project to lead what they call a “transport ..
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    • Energy,Paris Agreement

    MEPs demand funding boost for clean energy

    The EU should pump at least €120bn into research and innovation in its next budget and boost the portion aimed at low-carbon energy by 50% ..
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    • Chemicals,Packaging,Packaging

    MEPs reject call to ban BPA in food packaging

    The European Parliament’s environment committee rejected on Thursday a motion calling for a ban on the endocrine disrupting chemical bisphenol-A in food packaging ..
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    • Chemicals,Packaging

    MEPs moot ban on BPA in food packaging

    The European Parliament’s environment committee could call for an outright ban on the use of bisphenol-A in plastic food packaging when it votes on Thursday ..
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    • Energy,Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    RED II proposal favours incineration over recycling

    Current EU renewable energy policy encourages incineration instead of recycling by offering financial incentives for generating energy from residual waste ..
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    • Energy

    France takes lead on solar as it beefs up PV support

    Sector leaders have hailed France as an emerging leader in solar energy after the government announced another 283 photovoltaic developments to receive support ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Potential coalition partners to drop Germany’s CO2 target

    Germany’s potential coalition partners have agreed to drop the country's 2020 carbon target, according to press reports ..
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    • Climate

    Greek renewables scheme clears state aid hurdle

    A Greek scheme using targeted auctions to support electricity produced from renewable sources or through high-efficiency cogeneration is in line with EU rules on state ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Europe needs winds of change for energy transition

    The European wind industry contributed €36bn to the EU’s GDP in 2016, supports 263,000 jobs and generated €8bn of exports outside of Europe ..
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    • Climate,Energy,EU's Circular Economy

    Study praises EU environmental fund

    A European Commission-managed fund for environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects is delivering in line with its objectives, according to an independent evaluation of ..
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    • Chemicals

    ECHA consults on plan to ban 200 PFAS chemicals

    The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has launched a consultation on proposals to ban around 200 highly fluorinated chemicals within the European Union ..
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    • Energy

    EC backs Germany's renewable energy surcharge reforms

    The EU’s Competition Commission has given the green light to Germany’s reforms of renewable energy surcharges and exemptions to companies that generate electricity for their ..
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