Spain Just Approved A New Climate Plan, Including 100% Renewable Energy

Over recent months, it has appeared that the global COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the climate debate aside. But Spain has [...]

EU Energy Policy Plans Set to Slightly Surpass 2030 Renewable Energy Goal

The European Union looks set to slightly beat its goal to get a third of its energy from renewable [...]

Backlash Grows Over Greek Energy Deregulation Law

Campaigners fear damage to protected regions by companies exploiting their resources. The Greek government is facing growing opposition over [...]

Six EU Countries Join Call for 100% Renewable Energy Scenario

EXCLUSIVE: Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Spain have sent a joint letter to the European Commission calling for [...]

EU Climate Law Sets the Stage for a Green Transformation

Although decried for lacking ambition and as an abdication of responsibility in some quarters, the climate law proposed by [...]

Poland Reviews Offshore Wind Bill

Proposed law sets out a remuneration scheme specifically for offshore wind farms. In Poland a draft law in relation [...]

Belgium’s Renewable Energy Policy: Total Electricity Share From Renewable Energy Reaches New Highs

For the first time since 2010, Belgium exported more electricity than it imported, it emerged from figures produced by [...]

Meeting Europe’s 2030 Energy Climate Goals: Renewables To Command 53% Of Electricity In 2030

Wood Mackenzie projects that renewable energy will meet 53% of Europe’s power supply in 2030. If Europeans deliver their individual [...]

Three EU Countries Bump Up Renewable Energy Goal for 2030

France, Greece and Bulgaria have pledged to update their national targets for renewable energy and bump up the share [...]

419 Million Euros Invested in Renewable Energy in Burgenland, Austria

The investment will be allocated over the next 25 years. As if you needed more proof that Austria is [...]