The European Parliament at risk of losing sight of climate crisis by getting ready to support new fossil gas projects
September 10, 2021
10th September 2021, Brussels – A majority in the European Parliament, including the Socialist and Democrats (S&D), look set to vote to lock in upwards of 213 million tonnes of carbon from fossil gas, as part of the revision of the EU’s key energy infrastructure law, the TEN-E Regulation.
August 31, 2021
Following the European Commission’s assessment, the majority of recovery plans have now been approved by the Council of the EU, paving the way for an unprecedented amount of money to be made available to Member States. However, with both the Commission and Member States rushing to disburse funds as quickly as possible, ensuring sufficient monitoring and control mechanisms are in place will be more important than ever before.
August 9, 2021
Despite strong criticism from the European Commission, the Romanian authorities are determined to use the EU recovery fund for massive investments in fossil gas and hydrogen.
Romania’s recovery and resilience plan: Investments and reforms conflicting with the decarbonisation process of the energy sector
August 8, 2021
As the European Commission is currently reviewing the Romanian Recovery and Resilience Plan, there is a risk that billions of euros in public money might end up supporting the fossil fuels industry. This briefing provides an analysis of the recovery pl
August 6, 2021
Statele membre ale Uniunii Europene au căzut de acord să contribuie activ la diminuarea schimbărilor climatice, iar din acest motiv a fost …
July 26, 2021
In the national recovery and resilience plans, energy efficiency and building renovations can play a key role for Member States to achieve the required target of 37 per cent of expenditures related to climate. The potential to modernise buildings is the greatest in central and eastern Europe, where the building stock is particularly inefficient. But an assessment of eight national plans across the region finds uneven progress towards these aims. Christophe Jost of Bankwatch concludes that this is likely to hamper efforts to decarbonise the region’s building stock in line with the Renovation Wave´s ambitious objectives.
July 16, 2021
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July 2, 2021
Bankwatch Romania and Declic performed an analysis which shows that only a quarter of the projects in the energy chapter that can be …
PNRR finanțează doar 3,4% din capacitățile energetice regenerabile asumate de România până în 2030 –Bankwatch
June 30, 2021
Planului Național de Redresare și Reziliență, a cărui aprobare de… Articolul apare prima dată în . [citeste]
June 29, 2021
Bugetul Planului Naţional de Redresare şi Rezilienţă (PNRR) pentru energie este direcţionat greşit către proiecte distrugătoare pentru …