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An infographic where you can see the mainly points in the field of energy efficiency in the Horizon 2020
A basic diagram about the main points in which the European Union is focus in this Policy
OneEurope contributor Costi Ghitulica discusses the issues around the production of heavy water in Romania and its wider implications for Europe.
The EU currently imports more than 50% of the energy it consumes. The political and economic consequences of this import dependency could be managed in a more effective way through a coordinated European energy policy rather than through 28 different national policies. It is high time for a European energy union.
This is the time for Europe to stand up to the bully by creating a political foundation which will put an end to Putin’s aggression by depriving Russia of its geopolitical tool once and for all.
Percentage of Russian gas supplied to Europe
Saving the Environment and Creating an Energy Independent Europe
Beer stimulate creativity, while coffee get more energy
Russia's secret weapon - its resources.
Putin's blackmail doesn't work anymore.
Global Warming, and certain temperamental neighbours of Europe, are forcing us to be super-efficient and to diversify our our energy sources.
Dr. Johannes Teyssen argues that competitiveness and the 2030 climate and energy strategy are not contradicting each other
Leading Vieuws journalist Hughes Belin provides an overview of recent developments regarding the European Union’s energy policy.
he “can’t promise lower prices” but wishes that the prices would better reflect the conditions of the market.
Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, discusses the list of projects of common interest in energy infrastructure.
Richard More O’Ferrall, spokesperson for the Greens Group, talks about their views on shale gas.
Corinne Lepage MEP (ALDE), Rapporteur on the Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) talks about Europe and biofuels
The extraction and refinement of oil usually implies environmental pollution. Yet global industries and many products rely on it. How can we change it?