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10-Jul-2015
 

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New energy efficiency rules for public buildings risk being ignored

European Union rules requiring higher energy efficiency standards will apply to more public buildings from today but campaigners warned they risk being ignored unless they are backed up by a strong oversight system.

EU energy regulator to get enforcement powers

EU energy regulator ACER, until now largely toothless, will be given legal powers to enforce plans for a single energy market that breaks down national barriers under a proposal from the bloc's executive arm.

France may extend coal subsidies to save jobs

France may renege on its promise to end subsidies for coal-fired power stations abroad to protect jobs in the energy sector. EurActiv France reports .

MEPs clear reform of carbon market

The European Parliament approved a proposal to begin reform of the world's biggest carbon market in 2019, clearing the last major hurdle before the plan can become law.

EU-wide energy governance plans 'lack teeth'

EXCLUSIVE / European Commission plans for an EU-wide energy governance system make no mention of punishment for any member state not reaching their climate and energy targets for 2030.

EU tax havens obstacle to ending poverty, charity says

Two European tax havens receive more than a quarter of all global foreign direct investment, ActionAid said on Tuesday (7 July), calling for an international deal to tackle tax avoidance and reduce poverty.

MEPs set to back carbon market 2019 reform start

The European Parliament on Wednesday (8 July) is expected to back a 2019 start to reform of the world's largest emissions market in a step towards deeper change and higher carbon prices.

Austria challenges state aid to British nuclear program

Austria's announcement yesterday (6 July) that it would challenge state aid for a new nuclear plant in Britain marks the latest step in the country's solo campaign to roll back atomic energy in Europe.

Austria files EU complaint against UK nuclear plant

Austria has filed a legal challenge at the European Court of Justice against EU-granted state subsidies for a new nuclear power plant in Britain, government officials confirmed on Monday (6 July).

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Mayor: 'I told Cameron to give me the money to turn Bristol into a lab!'

The mayor of Bristol convinced British Prime Minister David Cameron to let him turn his city into a “laboratory for change”, telling him, “Give me the money!” before securing millions in funding for the "Green Capital" of the European Union.

Greens/EFA president: ‘The only way to reduce our energy dependency is to cut consumption’

Rebecca Harms, the president of The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, has criticised the Energy Union project as outdated. In an interview with EurActiv Poland, she talks about alternatives for the project and their impact on Russia as well as climate change.

Joachim Weimann: 'With renewables, we are wasting resources'

No form of support for renewable energy sources has an effect on the actual amount of CO2 reduction, says Magdeburg-based environmental economist Joachim Weimann, recommending emissions trading and burden-sharing with developing countries to tackle climate change.

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The energy conundrum in Bulgaria and Greece

Bulgaria and Greece are hard nuts to crack when it comes to implementing EU energy legislation and integrating with the wider European energy market. These two countries illustrate the difficulties of building an Energy Union.

Opinion / Analysis

ETS reform can drive emissions reduction and industrial competitiveness

The European Commission’s proposal for a reformed emissions trading scheme (ETS) should make a real contribution to the global fight against climate change. But it should also restore the competitiveness of Europe’s aluminium industry, writes Gerd Götz.

The Energy Union can succeed with local authorities' engagement

The Energy Union is an opportunity that with the right political backing and investment, could transform Europe’s energy sector. Yet what is needed is more careful thought on how to engage local government before sound bites – at least for communities - are to be believed, writes Markku Markkula.

Russia’s gas pipeline strategy and Europe’s alternatives

Europe depends heavily on Russian gas, but Gazprom’s plan to stop using Ukrainian pipelines will require a new EU strategy, writes Chi-Kong Chyong.

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