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The European Parliament’s industry committee has locked itself out of negotiations on fixing Europe’s broken emissions trading scheme, writes Dave Keating
The European Parliament could now ask for reform as early as 2017.
Falling price casts shadow over planned energy union.
Published on 20.01.2015 / 14:17 CET
The European Parliament's environment committee will begin the second reading of the revised biofuel policy tomorrow.
Published on 12.01.2015 / 17:28 CET
Bulgarian prime minister and European commissioners discussed the collapse of the South Stream gas pipeline project.
Published on 31.12.2014 / 08:00 CET
Eco-design changes taking effect on 1 January are forecast to lower energy bills by €11.7bn every year from 2020.
Published on 30.12.2014 / 13:28 CET
Falling oil, gas, and coal prices threaten to undermine investment in green energy and stimulate wasteful consumption.
Published on 18.12.2014 / 04:00 CET
Latvia needs to be better connected to Europe’s energy networks, but its vulnerability can be over-stated.
Published on 17.12.2014 / 13:43 CET
The European Parliament has rejected the environment committee's attempt to scupper a greenhouse-gas ranking that goes easy on Canadian fuel source.
Published on 10.12.2014 / 15:23 CET
Stakeholders are positioning themselves ahead of a strategy on completing the EU's energy union, due early next year.
Published on 09.12.2014 / 16:03 CET
Ministers from eight member states are meeting this afternoon to discuss next steps after Russia's abrupt cancellation of the pipeline project.
Published on 08.12.2014 / 18:18 CET
Agreement expected but member states are still split over future of EU biofuel policy.
Published on 04.12.2014 / 04:15 CET
E.ON expects the German government to phase out nuclear energy by 2020.