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Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market
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Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market

EU countries today (June 19) approved changes to rules on the use and transit of nuclear materials with a view to…
Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market
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Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market

EU countries today (June 19) approved changes to rules on the use and transit of nuclear materials with a view to…
Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market
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Member states beef up safety rules amid growing nuclear power market

EU countries today (June 19) approved changes to rules on the use and transit of nuclear materials with a view to…
Ambitions for global renewable energy capacity unrealised, says report
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Ambitions for global renewable energy capacity unrealised, says report

Countries are not on track to triple renewable energy capacity by 2030, despite their national energy and climate pledges, an…
Bloc quits Energy Charter Treaty, leaving member states free to remain
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Bloc quits Energy Charter Treaty, leaving member states free to remain

Energy ministers meeting in Brussels voted unanimously today (May 30) for the EU to officially withdraw the Energy Charter Treaty…
Member states green light new rules to slash methane emissions
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Member states green light new rules to slash methane emissions

EU countries adopted today (May 27) first-ever rules to measure, report and verify methane emissions in the energy sector in…
BP’s billion-dollar share buyback plan stays despite net profits fall
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BP’s billion-dollar share buyback plan stays despite net profits fall

BP reported first-quarter earnings that fell short of market expectations, primarily due to weakened oil and gas prices impacting its…
Clean tech sector and NGOs produce alternative election manifestos
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Clean tech sector and NGOs produce alternative election manifestos

With EU leaders sharpening their focus on global competition after a five-year political cycle marked by the European Green Deal,…
Gazprom sees worst loss in decades as European exports falter
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Gazprom sees worst loss in decades as European exports falter

Gazprom, the Russian energy giant majority owned by the Kremlin has recently revealed the worst loss in more than 20…
ROUNDUP: Key energy and environment votes in parliament
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ROUNDUP: Key energy and environment votes in parliament

The legislation adopted this week by the Parliament, already provisionally agreed in back-room talks with member state officials, now awaits…
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