Big Oil companies with greenwashing PR represent as environmentally responsible

Big Oil’s climate PR strategy is greenwashing, study finds

10 September 2022 - The new Influence Map report shows that the five largest oil companies continue to disseminate...

Birol Three myths about the global energy crisis

IEA’s Birol debunks three myths about global energy crisis

07 September 2022 - Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), wrote an op-ed for the Financial Times

Subsidies for fossil fuels doubled in 2021 and continue to increase

Subsidies for fossil fuels doubled in 2021 and continue to increase

05 September 2022 - Support for fossil fuels doubled in 2021 compared to the year before to nearly USD 700 billion, slowing progress toward climate goals

Pakistan climate disaster – biggest emitters should take responsibility and help

31 August 2022 - Pakistan is suffering the devastating effects of climate change, with questions raised about global solidarity, but also responsibility

Serbia National Energy Climate Plan

Serbia’s NECP on public review until September 5

19 August 2022 - Serbia is mulling the option for its NECP to start adding small modular reactors in 2032. The emissions reduction is seen at 34.2% to 44.4% by 2030.

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Drought lowers hydropower plant output in Serbia, Europe

10 August 2022 - The water flow in Serbia's hydropower system dropped by a half, increasing the need for electricity imports, but the situation is similar across Europe

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Heatwaves, drought hit Europe in world’s third warmest July ever

10 August 2022 - Prolonged and intense heatwaves affected parts of Europe during July and are continuing in August

Norway power export controls drought hydropower reservoirs

Norway to impose power export controls

09 August 2022 - Norway is preparing a framework for limiting electricity exports at times when the levels of water in hydropower accumulations are low

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US chooses to step up climate action with landmark bill

09 August 2022 - The US Senate has approved a bill that allocates USD 369 billion for combating climate change

EU power gas prices smashing records drought EdF nuclear setback

EU power, gas prices smashing records amid drought, EdF’s nuclear plant setback

03 August 2022 - Low water levels in major rivers disturb the operation of nuclear power plants and the transportation of coal

Drought cost Montenegro EPCG utility EUR 100 million third quarter

Drought to cost Montenegro’s EPCG utility EUR 100 million in third quarter

01 August 2022 - State-owned power producer EPCG said it would have to import 294 GWh of electricity in the three months through September due to drought

Ember EU install renewables two times faster in 2026 climate targets

Ember: EU must install renewables two times faster by 2026 to meet climate targets

28 July 2022 - The EU will need double solar and wind additions by 2026 to deliver on the goal to hold global warming at a maximum 1.5 degrees

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