Poland’s state-run gas utility PGNiG has reported record pre-tax, interest, depreciation and amortisation earnings (Ebitda) of US$1.9 billion: up 10
The European Commission is unveiling its strategy for a financial system to support climate and sustainable-development goals. Asset managers and
A European Union legal team has rejected a European Commission proposal to extend the EU internal energy market rules to
The European Commission will rule in March whether to take legal action against nine member states for breaking air pollution
Nine European countries could face legal action if they fail to cut air pollution, the EU’s environment commissioner has warned.
The EU plans to get tough on its members that are not doing enough to address air pollution this year
Lithuania says it will push the European Union to abolish its daylight-saving laws, despite claims that it saves energy. Vilnius
EU energy ministers have backed coal and other fossil fuels over renewables in proposed reforms of energy laws, Greenpeace claims.
The EU’s European Investment Bank (EIB) is facing criticism for considering a €1.5 billion loan for a gas pipeline from
Irish environmental groups and the Green Party have accused the Dublin government of refusing to back EU proposals to allow
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