November 30, 2022
Energy consumed in the residential sector accounts for up to 30 per cent of Latvia’s energy usage. Approximately 23,000 multi-apartment buildings need to be renovated, but only 1,600 buildings have been insulated since 2009, a renovation rate of 0.5 per year. Will Latvia seize the chance and use REPowerEU chapters for renovation?
Is Estonia doing enough to reach 100 per cent renewable electricity, and can it do even more with the help of REPowerEU?
November 21, 2022
On 12 October, Estonia’s parliament adopted a new renewable electricity target of 100 per cent by 2030. The strategic use of EU cohesion and recovery funds in Estonia will help reach that goal, and the additional EUR 83.4 million from REPowerEU has the potential to do even more.
November 3, 2022
Foto: Jadran ČilićUgljevik je sjedište najvećeg emitera sumpor-dioksida (SO2) u regionu, uprkos tome što je 2020. godine instalirana …
October 28, 2022
This briefing provides an overview of public funding and financial instruments for renewable energy source deployment in Latvia that have either already been launched or are planned to be launched in 2022, as well as provides insights on planned programmes that could help finance more renewables in the coming years.
October 4, 2022
This briefing offers an analysis of Slovakia’s operational programme for 2021-2027 and recommendations regarding the potential for increasing the programme’s climate and environmental contributions.
Prymnezyna to nie winny, tylko narzędzie. Kto zabił Odrę? Czyli jak uniknąć podobnej katastrofy w przyszłości
September 27, 2022
Nie mają racji ci, którzy wskazują glony jako naturalnych sprawców mordu na Odrze. Złote algi (Prymnesium parvum) to zaledwie narzędzie …
September 21, 2022
Juraj Melichár v relácií Na rovinu s Petrom Hanákom Zdroj: Branislav Wáclav/Aktuality.sk …
September 5, 2022
Without proper funding and the removal of administrative and legal barriers, community energy will remain an unattainable goal.
August 2, 2022
Supported by EU funding, local municipalities are carrying out projects involving the removal of trees and the degradation of natural …
The Hungarian energy emergency action plan: delaying the national fossil fuel phase-out, undermining EU energy solidarity
August 1, 2022
The quickly prepared Hungarian energy emergency action plan, which comes into effect today on 1 August, is supposed to increase national energy supply security through seven measures. But as our assessment and those of other experts show, even if the plan runs only temporarily and in the short term, the consequences will be felt by Hungarian citizens in the longer term.