Attempts by EU legislators to qualify a wider array of biofuel feedstocks for the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will push up emissions compared to the European Commission’s original proposal, a new study has found.
The fossil fuel industry is “feasting” on billions in subsidies and windfall profits as “our planet burns,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday in his address to the General Assembly.
Balkan states slowly begin to tap their vast renewable energy sources in the hope of abundant clean heat and power 20.09.2022
South East Europe has the potential to be a Shangri-la for zero-carbon energy sources, above all for solar, wind and bioenergy.
Construction firms from Japan and Australia have started work on a 182-meter-high skyscraper in central Sydney in a collaboration to build what will be the world’s tallest hybrid-timber building using an eco-friendly wood product.
China has stepped up spending on coal in the face of extreme weather, a domestic energy crunch and rising global fuel prices — raising concerns Beijing’s policies may hinder the fight against climate change.
Emergency EU measures presented last week to alleviate the burden of high energy prices on consumers risk creating a patchwork of different interventions across Europe and depress investments in renewable energies, industry sources have warned.
Four environmental groups started legal action against the European Commission on Monday (19 September) after the EU executive passed a contentious law to include fossil gas into the EU’s list of sustainable investments.
Speaking in early September at the Eastern Economic Forum, Russian President Vladimir Putin recommitted to decoupling his country’s economy from EU states that have imposed hefty sanctions on Russia.
This week saw Ukraine and Poland sign a memorandum declaring their intention to build a new pipeline for oil exports.
The European Parliament voted on Wednesday (14 September) to limit the amount of primary biomass that can be burned in power plants, raising concern among the bioenergy industry.