As subsidies for fossil fuels come under increasing scrutiny in the EU, Bulgaria faces a legal challenge over its unwavering support to coal.
A new report by ClientEarth shows Poland is trailing behind other EU countries in phasing out fossil fuels in favour of renewable energy.
As COP24 kicks off, coal is on trial in the courts again – this time, in Bulgaria.
The EU’s General Court has annulled the Commission’s State aid approval of the UK Capacity Market – this is a short analysis of the judgment.
A new report from the UK’s Committee on Climate Change (CCC) recognises burning trees for energy can cause more greenhouse gas emissions than fossil fuels.
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- Influencing 2021-2030 NECP’s through public participation
- Law and ambition in Poland’s energy transition
- Ocena nowelizacji ustawy o OZE
- Ocena wpływu planowanego przedsięwzięcia polegającego na budowie i eksploatacji gazociągu Nord Stream 2 na środowisko Bałtyku
- Assessment of the Polish Act on the Capacity Market
- Transposition of EU Directives into national laws
- Memo – Legality of continuing to apply ‘old’ comitology procedures to the Ecodesign Directive
- Legal briefing: The possible integration of financial and fiscal provisions in the Directive 2002/91/EC on the Energy Performance of Buildings
- Legal briefing – self-regulation measures under the Ecodesign Directive
- Public consultation on EIB’s Energy Lending Policy – comments by ClientEarth
- Ocena ustawy o rynku mocy
- Uwagi do projektu rozporządzenia Ministra Energii w sprawie szczegółowych zasad kształtowania i kalkulacji taryf oraz rozliczeń w obrocie energią elektryczną