Author: European Environment Agency
In 2019, EU Member States reported that they had already adopted or were planning to adopt 1925 national policies and corresponding measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve climate targets. Many of these measures also help achieve energy efficiency and renewable energy targets. While climate action is clearly taking place across Europe, EU Member…read full article
One step at a time
We are confronting a lot of doom and gloom. On the one hand, we have the student climate activists and the Extinction Rebellion shaking our complacency to show that globally we are…read full article
On September 12-14, 2018, San Francisco hosted the Global Climate Action Summit. The operative word is on “action.” At the summit, the Joint Statement of the Supporting Institutions of the Climate…read full article
Industry at a crossroads
A vibrant and highly competitive EU manufacturing sector can provide the resources and many of the solutions for the societal challenges facing the EU, such as climate…read full article
Thirteen companies and industry associations from European industry have joined forces and identified key tasks on the upcoming European Union Low Emission Mobility Package. Representing the…read full article
New Utility Busines Model: leverage customer base
The typical utility model of the past is dead.
The rise of renewables is often mentioned as one of the key reasons. Giant utilities were and are…read full article
Here’s How European Energy Companies See The (Near) Future
Two days at Europe’s premier energy conference, eurelectric 2017, reveal how utilities are rapidly adjusting — and looking forward- to a new…read full article
Where is industry in addressing Europe’s climate and energy obligations?
Last November, the European Commission published its proposals to revise its array of clean energy legislation to have them…read full article
There are concerns in the UK that Tata Steel could close its operations, leading to severe job cuts and economic disruption. Looking at the company from another angle, Arthur Neslen writes in The…read full article