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New York Times takes EU Commission to court over 'Pfizergate' affair
12 days ago by penelopepnortney to /s/WayOfTheBern from euractiv.com
After wildfires, floods deal Greek farmers the final blow ~ Prepare for worldwide shortages.
20 days ago by In-the-clouds to /s/news from euractiv.com
Companies race to secure supplies after China restricts gallium, germanium exports
2 months ago by RandomCollection to /s/WayOfTheBern from euractiv.com
Excitement grows about ‘natural hydrogen’ as huge reserves found in France. While carrying out work to check the risk of firedamp pockets in the abandoned mines of the Lorraine region in May, La Française d’Énergie (FDE) discovered a large deposit of natural hydrogen
3 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from euractiv.com
Insect spaghetti? EU agency greenlights another insect-based foodstuff
4 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Food from euractiv.com
Dutch to introduce carbon cap at airports from 2025
6 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from euractiv.com
Polish MEP - "There are no such things as Russian gas, oil, aluminium, coal... All such resources are Tatar, Bashkir, Siberian, Karelian, Oirat, Circassian, Buryat, Sakha, Ural, Kuban, Nogai"
8 months ago by Site_rly_sux to /s/Russia from euractiv.com
Europe decided they would like to increase the cost of everything. Maybe shipping will also emit less pollution.
10 months ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/whatever from euractiv.com
Pegasus scandal one year on: Europe still stumbles in the dark
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from euractiv.com
Zelensky Signed a Law That Will Erase the Border Between Poland and Ukraine, and Allow Polish Citizens to Be Put in Government Positions, as Well as Allow Polish Military to Guard Ukrainian Borders. 👉🏻This Is de Facto Annexation.
1 year ago by Questionable to /s/WorldPolitics from euractiv.com
Hydrogen production in Germany ‘at the ready’ and about to boom. In its hydrogen strategy, the German government identifies a demand of 90-110 terawatt-hours of climate-neutral hydrogen by 2030
1 year ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from euractiv.com
Norway’s green hydrogen ship granted €8m in EU funding
2 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from euractiv.com
Macron slams anti-5G proponents as ‘Amish’, causing uproar in France
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from euractiv.com
BASED! Czech Government considers "2nd Amendment" for it's Constitution - Declares the ability to protect yourself with firearms a Human Right
3 years ago by christnmusicreleases to /s/WorldNews from euractiv.com
Berlin refuses to disclose details of €4bn coal phase-out deal with energy firms
3 years ago by Jashfior to /s/environment from euractiv.com
Dutch pin hopes on ‘hydrogen valley’ to revive declining gas region. "The region’s plan is to generate both demand and supply for hydrogen, and break the deadlock which is currently stifling growth in the nascent hydrogen economy."
3 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from euractiv.com
UK jumps on hydrogen railwagon. The UK government will fund the development of hydrogen trains, with researchers zeroing in on the final stages of a project aimed at cleaning up isolated parts of the British railway network.
LEAKED: Europe’s draft hydrogen strategy. The European Commission aims to promote so-called “green” hydrogen produced from renewable electricity over the “grey” sort obtained from natural gas steam reforming, according to a leaked policy document obtained by EURACTIV.
From hydrogen islands to hydrogen valleys. Small communities are becoming energy self-sufficient with clean-burning hydrogen gas generated from wind power. The question now for Europe is whether it can be replicated on a larger scale.
Coalition of countries aims to keep COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing in Europe. Remember kids: protectionism is only wrong when America does it. When Europe does it, it is noble and righteous.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/Europe from euractiv.com
Germany plans to promote ‘green’ hydrogen with €7 billion. "Economy minister Peter Altmaier (CDU) called the 28-page document the “greatest innovation since the EEG”
"Slovenia calls an official end to its coronavirus epidemic"
3 years ago by Robin to /s/Coronavirus from euractiv.com
After Bundestag leader demanded that Germany “exclude the stationing of US nuclear weapons in the future”, US ambassador Grenell blasts Germany for eroding NATO solidarity. Give 'em hell, Grenell.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from euractiv.com
Poland launches new rules to prevent takeovers by non-EU investors
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from euractiv.com
Sweden adds name to growing list of coal-free states in Europe
Dutch outline clean hydrogen ‘vision’, aim at global market. “Commitment to sustainable hydrogen in the Netherlands creates new jobs, better air quality and is essential for the energy transition,” says Eric Wiebes, the Dutch minister for economics and climate
Hydrogen alliance could help rebuild European unity. This transformation is being discussed by the biggest players in Europe’s industry, energy & gas sectors. It is a way to overcome the existing differences between member states by offering constructive cooperation in an innovative economic sector
Bulgarian authorities struggle to enforce containment with Roma population
Papal Easter events to be held without faithful attending, Vatican says
Danish corona-hit firms get state aid to pay 75% of salaries
Europe's ‘life on Mars’ mission delayed until 2022
Erdogan drops the ‘human bomb’ on EU
Germany floats draft hydrogen strategy ahead of EU Presidency
Truckmaker Iveco hitches wagon to electric and hydrogen power. Italian truckmaker Iveco on Monday (2 December) joined the alternative propulsion party as it unveiled its first electric vehicle, which it will build in partnership with US startup Nikola Motor Co.
Norwegian scientist: ‘No way’ of reaching climate neutrality without hydrogen
Tsipras calls snap elections after major electoral defeat
4 years ago by salvia_d to /s/WorldPolitics from euractiv.com
No freedom of choice in vaccination, top EU health official insists
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from euractiv.com
In order to combat planned obsolescence, France pushes for product ‘lifetime’ labeling
5 years ago by magnora7 to /s/whatever from euractiv.com