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EC approves up to €5.2 billion funding for second hydrogen IPCEI

The European Commission (EC) has approved IPCEI Hy2Use, the second Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) in the hydrogen value chain. The project will receive up to €5.2 billion in public funding from thirteen member states.

read more... 22/09/2022


France urges Brussels to label nuclear-produced hydrogen ‘green’

French Energy Minister Agnès Pannier-Runacher is trying to get EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson to include nuclear among energy sources for the production of so-called “green” hydrogen, according to a letter seen by EURACTIV France.

read more... 19/09/2022


EU Parliament backs higher targets on renewables and energy savings

European Union lawmakers voted on Wednesday to raise the bloc's targets to expand renewable power and save energy, backing proposals that had been made more ambitious in a bid to quickly end Europe's reliance on Russian gas.

read more... 16/09/2022


Portugal ranked 4th for renewable energy in Europe

According to the most recent figures of the Portuguese Association for Renewable Energies (Apren), in the month of August, Portugal produced 46.8% of its electricity from renewable power sources, earning for itself a fifth place in Europe and forth, if the cumulative energy stock for 2022 is counted. Portugal, in 2022, was able to produce 54.6% of its energy from renewables. This result is lower than Norway, Austria and Denmark which reach respectively 99%, 80% and 77%.

read more... 14/09/2022


Denmark working on world’s first Power-to-X tender

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is working towards the first Power-to-X (PtX) tender in Denmark and will soon hold a stakeholder meeting to discuss tender timeline and framework. Furthermore, after forming a PtX task force, the DEA has now also established a secretariat for Power-to-X.

read more... 13/09/2022