On 6th October 2017 the EU and India adopted a joint statement on clean energy and climate change, confirming their commitments under the Paris Agreement and agreeing to step up cooperation to enhance its implementation and meet its ambitious goals.
The referendum for the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan showed an overwhelming support for complete separation from Bagdad. Many variables are involved in this process, the most relevant being the oil in the Kurdish north of the country.
The latest UK Contracts for Difference allocation results for offshore wind farms put once again the spotlight on the falling costs of renewable technologies, and revive the debate about Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.
Nord Stream 2 in brief In 2011 the first Nord Stream offshore pipeline became operational, bringing 55 bcm/y of Russian gas directly through the Baltic Sea to Germany. The planned Nord Stream 2 is to follow the same route, doubling the capacity of the existing gas connection. The designed shareholders are Gazprom (50%), E.ON (10%), …
Environmental sustainability has been on top of the Swedish policy agenda since decades ago. Today the country has a worldwide solid reputation as a leader in many fields of environmental policy and innovation, with very demanding long-term commitments.
On November the 30th 2016 the European Commission presented a package of measures named Clean Energy for All Europeans. The package is aimed at keeping the European Union competitive while the clean energy transition takes place, inevitably changing global energy markets in a permanent way. The intention of the European Union with this package is …
Mexico is an important country to both the regional and international energy systems. The recent energy sector reforms will affect many stakeholders all over the world, gradually changing the rule of the game set with the 1938 nationalization of the petroleum industry.
With the new world’s largest offshore wind farm project in progress in East Anglia the North Sea seems to be set to keep its leading role in the development of one of the currently most powerful renewable energy technologies.
Kazakhstan has tremendous energy potential, but the persistent Russian influence could hinder its full development
On 29 March the British Prime Minister Theresa May presented a six-page letter triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon. This article gives any EU member state the right to leave the EU unilaterally, it sets out the procedure for doing so and it gives the leaving country two years to negotiate the exit …
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