CO2 EMISSIONS

EU Carbon Prices Hit 18 EUR/t

Date: 14.08.2018 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
EU Carbon Prices Hit 18 EUR/tPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

European emission allowances (EUAs) traded at 18 EUR/tonne on Monday for the first time since November 2011 as reduced supply during the month of August continued to support the market, reported

WWF: EU Should Aim to Reach Zero Net Emissions by 2040

Date: 03.08.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
WWF: EU Should Aim to Reach Zero Net Emissions by 2040Photo: www.pixabay.com

Climate change is a challenge unprecedented in human history. Indeed, the current rate of global warming is almost unprecedented in geological history, and the window for limiting temperature rise to

EC Launches Consultation on Long-term GHG Emissions Reduction Strategy

Date: 23.07.2018 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
EC Launches Consultation on Long-term GHG Emissions Reduction StrategyPhoto: Martina Budal

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on a strategy for a long-term reduction in EU greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. All interested citizens and stakeholders should send their

EU Countries Still Far from Achieving Climate Goals

Date: 23.07.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
EU Countries Still Far from Achieving Climate GoalsPhoto: Martina Budal

“All EU countries are off target: they are failing to increase their climate action in line with the Paris Agreement goal,” said new research published by Climate Action Network Europe (CAN) and

EC Starts Infringement Process Against Romania Due to Emissions from 2 TPPs

Date: 20.07.2018 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
EC Starts Infringement Process Against Romania Due to Emissions from 2 TPPsPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

The European Commission has sent a letter of formal notice to Romania for its failure to control emissions of sulphur dioxide from two large combustion plants - Govora 2 and Deva 2, said the

Bulgaria’s Coal Industry Struggling

Date: 19.07.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgaria’s Coal Industry StrugglingPhoto: Pozitivna Slovenija

The use of coal in Bulgaria is a lucrative business, thanks to unwavering financial support from public funds. The main argument for the use of coal in Bulgaria is that it is affordable. However, that

Gas Pipeline Project in Montenegro Worth EUR 118.7m

Date: 19.07.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Gas Pipeline Project in Montenegro Worth EUR 118.7mPhoto: Plinovodi

The gas pipeline passing through Montenegro that is part of the Trans Adriatic (TAP) and the Ionian-Adriatic (IAP) gas pipelines will carry about 5-7 billion cubic metres of gas annually. The proposed

Slovenian Resalta Gets EUR 1.9m from Eiffel Energy Transition Fund

Date: 11.07.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Slovenian Resalta Gets EUR 1.9m from Eiffel Energy Transition FundPhoto: Ponsulak via FreeDigitalPhotos

The Slovenian company Resalta has successfully completed its first portfolio transaction with the Eiffel Energy Transition Fund, managed by the Eiffel Investment Group, said the company in a press

Slovenian Hidria Opens New Line for Cleaner Diesel Technologies

Date: 04.07.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Slovenian Hidria Opens New Line for Cleaner Diesel TechnologiesPhoto: Robert Zabukovec

Slovenian Hidria Holding has invested more than EUR 25 million in a new high-tech automated digitalised production line for the production of Hidria's innovative system for the cold start of diesel

Press, IRENA: Renewables Can Help the World Achieve 90% Decarbonisation by 2050

Date: 25.06.2018 Author: Tanja S. Volarič, Vienna
Press, IRENA: Renewables Can Help the World Achieve 90% Decarbonisation by 2050Photo: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

By 2050, 90% decarbonisation can come from renewable energy sources (RES) underpinned by energy efficiency, said Elizabeth Press, director of the International Energy Agency (IRENA), on Friday at the

Kopač: Coal Plants the Losers in the Energy Transition

Date: 22.06.2018 Author: Tanja S. Volarič, Vienna
Kopač: Coal Plants the Losers in the Energy TransitionPhoto: Energy Community

The Large Combustion Plants and Industrial Emissions Directives, which entered into force in the Energy Community on 1 January this year, have made coal power plants financially unsustainable and

BP: Coal Consumption Up for First Time in 4 Years

Date: 20.06.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
BP: Coal Consumption Up for First Time in 4 YearsPhoto: Valerija Hozjan Kovač

Renewables grew strongly in 2017 by 17%, with wind and solar leading the way. Coal consumption was also up, growing for the first time since 2013, states the 2018 edition of the BP Statistical Review

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