13 September 2021 - The Western Balkans agreed to overhaul and expand railways and roll out intercity links as a major factor in environmentally sustainable mobility
23 July 2021 - Aluminum of Greece (AoG), the country’s biggest electricity consumer, plans to switch entirely to green energy from 2030, as it signs its last electricity supply deal with Public Power Corporation.
16 July 2021 - CBAM will be paid from 2026 on cement, iron, steel, fertilizers, aluminium and electricity, but power producers have on option to be exempted until 2030.
15 July 2021 - The European Commission adopted a package of 12 draft laws in order to achieve net GHG emissions reductions by at least 55% by 2030.
13 July 2021 - Members of the European Parliament said that all environmentally harmful subsidies should be phased out by 2027.
08 July 2021 - Shell has put in operation a 10 MW polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyzer for the production of green hydrogen, the largest of its kind in Europe.
17 June 2021 - GGF is encouraging and financing financial institutions which share its vision of building back better, Chairperson Olaf Zymelka said
10 June 2021 - The EU is revising state aid rules for the environment and energy. It proposed a competitive bidding system and covering up to 100% of funding gaps.
03 June 2021 - Serbia’s decision to halt the construction of thermal power plant Kolubara B is the country’s first serious step in the energy transition.
03 June 2021 - Climate neutrality is difficult to achieve by 2050 with currently available knowledge and technologies, according to the strategy.
27 May 2021 - A project implemented by Agora Energiewende will support regional governments in developing strategies and plans for coal phasing out, increasing the share of renewables, and identifying the financing sources.
26 May 2021 - Romania said it intends to stop the excavation of coal in 2032 at the latest and replace conventional power plants in the meantime