Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior III has anchored in Istanbul to raise awareness on the harmful effects of coal thermal power plants in the country
EU leaders in talks about imposing new sanctions focused on fundraising capabilities of Russian oil and gas companies. Europe’s deep dependency on Russian gas could be slashed by a third if EU leaders place a higher priority on energy efficiency savings, according to the Institute for Public and Policy Research.
Glyn Davies MP met with representatives of National Grid last week to formally request that they abandon the Mid Wales Connection Project.
NEWS: Energy secretary Ed Davey has seen off calls to weaken pollution controls, reaffirming the UK’s green ambitions
Coal power plants across the EU are undermining climate change efforts, according to a far-reaching energy report released today (22 July). – edie news centre
Use of coal for power generation and other purposes grew by 3% in 2013 â faster than any other fossil fuel
Campaigners slam new awards for contradicting bloc policy on decarbonisation
Cooperation to improve Europeâs energy security must not come at the expense of the resilient, competitive and low carbon energy system we need for the future, writes Nick Mabey.