Speak Up Energy

Archives for Uncategorized

Embracing the targets?

In addition to economic concerns, the bloc’s 27 governments are set to give further backing to an ambitious climate change commitment: to reduce the EU’s CO2 emissions by 20% by 2020 while upping the bloc’s use of rrenewable energy by 20% during the same period. Initially made in March 2007, the ’20-20-20′ commitments were translated… » read more

Posted by EMI

The set of amendments for a third option for energy market liberalisation are proposed in a letter dated 29 January and signed by Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Latvia and the Slovak Republic. The letter, sent to the Commission and to the Parliament’s Industry (ITRE) Committee, features only one significant change compared to an… » read more

Posted by EMI