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Is “cable diplomacy” shaping energy policy in the Mediterranean & Middle East?

The transition towards a carbon neutral economy has become a priority for many governments around the world. Using the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals...

BMW tests green hydrogen, but holds steady combustion engines

German auto manufacturer BMW still relies on combustion engines, but the future for cars in cities is electric, according to the company's Vice President Peter Lehnert.

Seeing red, EU wants U-turn from Russian energy reliance

Considering Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the European Commission on March 8 proposed an outline of a plan to make Europe independent from Russian fossil...

Orsted and Liquid Wind invest in e-methanol project in Sweden

Planning a major investment into green fuels, Danish energy giant Orsted and Liquid Wind AB have reached an agreement, under which Orsted will acquire...

EU wants gas, nuclear energy classified green, sustainable

The European Commission proposed on December 31 that natural gas and nuclear energy be included in the so-called EU taxonomy as sustainable energy sources.According...

New EU framework to decarbonize gas markets, promote hydrogen, cut methane emissions

The European Commission adopted on December 15 a set of legislative proposals to decarbonise the EU gas market by facilitating the uptake of renewable...

EU seeks solution for soaring electricity prices

As electricity prices increase across the EU, the bloc’s energy and transport ministers met in Slovenia this week to discuss measures to help lower...

Greek government approves White Dragon and Green HiPo hydrogen projects

US company Advent Technologies Holdings announced on September 7 that its two EU-backed White Dragon and Green HiPo projects in Greece have been approved...

Ukraine to boost low-carbon hydrogen development with EU help

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine (GTSOU) signed an agreement on July 23 to...

Charged up EU takes on China in battery battle

BRATISLAVA - The European Union has attracted massive investment along the battery value chain, boosting its energy and raw materials independence, as the EU...

Denmark’s Orsted starts construction of first renewable hydrogen project in Copenhagen

Denmark’s Orsted has started the onsite construction work on the H2RES project in Copenhagen, the company said on May 17. Danish Climate, Energy and...

IEA: Demand for critical minerals is set to soar as the world pursues net zero goals

Demand for critical minerals is set to soar as the world pursues net zero goals, a new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA)...

Siemens Energy inks MoU with Uzbekistan on hydrogen, wind energy

Germany’s Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Uzbekistan’s Energy Ministry and agreed a roadmap for future, joint projects between the...

Uzbekistan formalizes hydrogen energy strategy

The Uzbek Energy Ministry has announced the signing of a new Presidential Decree on measures for the development of renewable and hydrogen energy in...

Oil giant BP plans 1GW blue hydrogen project in UK

In the fast race between oil giants to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, BP announced on March 18 it is developing plans for the UK’s...

Enegix Energy to build world’s largest green hydrogen plant in Brazil

Australia’s Enegix Energy has announced the world’s largest green hydrogen plant to be built in Ceará, Brazil, after signing a MoU with the state...

Commission not to stop Nord Stream 2 if pipeline complies with EU law

Despite calls from the European Parliament to stop the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, the project is subject to national law...

Enel Green Power and FNM in green hydrogen development deal

Italy's Enel Green Power and FNM have signed a memorandum of understanding, aiming to examine and identify the best way to supply green hydrogen...

EU energy future wants to wean off China’s raw materials

The European Union is as dependent on Asian countries, especially China, when it comes to batteries and raw materials for technologies of the future...

EU eyes hydrogen for zero emissions energy

ATHENS – The Commitment of the new European Commission to a clean energy transition that includes an important role for hydrogen is very clear,...

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