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Slovak PM calls Nord Stream expansion deal 'a betrayal'; Osborne ridiculed over 'cheap nuclear' claims; EU states fall short of...

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11-Sep-2015
 

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Slovak PM calls Nord Stream expansion deal ‘a betrayal’

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said today (10 September) that a deal between Russia's Gazprom and its European partners to expand the Nord Stream gas pipeline was a "betrayal" that would cost Ukraine and Slovakia a combined billions of euros.

Osborne ridiculed over 'cheap nuclear' claims

EXCLUSIVE/ UK Chancellor George Osborne was criticised today (9 September) after claiming that nuclear power was “substantially cheaper than any other low carbon technology,” when defending government subsidies for the controversial Hinkley Point C project.

EU states fall short of sustainability goals

In a few weeks, the international community will set new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period to 2030. A number of EU states are struggling according to a preliminary SDG "stress test". EurActiv Germany reports.

Duda slams Russia's second Baltic gas pipeline to Germany

Poland's conservative president yesterday (8 September) slammed a deal between Russian energy giant Gazprom, and several leading Western firms, to build a second gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea, saying it ignores Polish interests.

Commission clears partial takeover of Alstom by GE

The European Commission today (8 September) gave its blessing to GE’s partial takeover of Alstom's power generation portfolio.

Tory tipped to lead ETS reform in EU Parliament

A Conservative MEP is hotly tipped to lead the European Parliament debate over reforms to the European Union’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), a cornerstone of the bloc’s fight against climate change.

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Aluminium boss: Chinese dumping a ‘slow death’ for European industry

Unfair Chinese aluminium trading is killing the European industry and, if the country is given market economy status by the European Union, it could have a catastrophic impact on EU jobs and production, warns Gerd Götz.

Eurofer boss: Europe’s steel industry needs modern trade defence instruments

The European steel industry is confronted with unfair competitors outside the EU, Axel Eggert, Director General of Eurofer, told EurActiv Slovakia .

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.

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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.

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Opinion / Analysis

Transport in the ETS? Still not a good idea

Car makers will not invest in low carbon technology while polluting is cheap. Strict emissions standards are the only way to decarbonise road transport and stimulate a modal shift, argues William Todts.

European pipeline politics need US support

The EU’s external energy security is in Washington’s longterm interest, especially at the time of renewed rivalry between the West and Moscow, writes Jarosław Wiśniewski .

Returning Europe to competitiveness through energy productivity and efficiency

The Juncker Commission’s investment plan is an unprecedented opportunity to improve the EU’s energy productivity and efficiency, writes Ingrid Holmes.

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