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EU warned not to over-rely on hydrogen to decarbonise buildings

A coalition of 33 European organisations has sent a letter warning the EU not to over-rely on direct hydrogen to decarbonise buildings.
The European flag waving in Brussel where Enlit Europe is meeting key players in the energy sector.

Enlit at the heart of Europe

We all have a role to play in the energy transition, so collaboration is key, argues Rogier Kuttschreuter from Enlit Europe.
Eurogas members are working together in their commitment to net zero

Through hardship to the stars

How major European gas companies are putting their weight behind achieving climate neutrality in the post-COVID world. By James Watson, Secretary General, Eurogas.
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Methane in Europe – new requirements for the energy sector

The EU’s new methane strategy will impose new reporting and leak detection requirements on energy sector players.

Podcast episode #7: The EU Clean Energy Package and the smart grid

In this episode, our guest experts from the OSGP Alliance share their insights on how to implement the EU Clean Energy Package in the smart grid.

Ed’s note: The modern energy system and the circular economy

Do you have any thoughts on the role of the circular economy and energy? What does it mean for the use of batteries for storage and EVs?
Economic stimulus packages are important in the green post-COVID-19 recovery.

To stimulate the greening of the world

Smart Energy International explores the impact and details of the various stimulus packages being announced around the globe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and considers how these packages are going to support the energy transition.
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EU reaches consensus on green recovery deal

EU leaders have agreed on a recovery package and the 2021-2027 budget that will help the EU to rebuild after the COVID-19 pandemic and will support investment in the green and digital transitions.

RWE completes E.ON asset swap, now EU’s 3rd largest renewables firm

The major asset swap between utility giants RWE and E.ON has been completed.

EU policy can negate negative social impacts of energy transition

A new study conducted by Eurelectric, with the scientific contribution of the Enel Foundation, outlines several remedial solutions that could be considered to cushion the effects on vulnerable households, while ensuring sustainable growth for the benefit of all.