The European Union will be much more “assertive” in touting a “made in Europe” approach to ensure that green industries like hydrogen and wind stay on the continent.
Multinational engineering consultancy, inspection, and certification company, RINA, has started its six-year research Hydra project to build a 100% hydrogen-fuelled pilot plant capable of producing up to seven tonnes of different grades of steel per hour.
As the EU plans an exit from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), Timothy Foden at Boies Schiller Flexner explores the implications for the sustainable energy transition.
From EU legislation to consumer worries about greenwashing, in this weekly round-up we explore the latest developments regarding corporate initiatives, sustainability reports and key industry updates.
The sale of all loose glitter and microbeads will be banned in 27 countries starting 15 October 2023, with other bans set to follow.
Shraddha Sawant, senior sustainability analyst at TOS, explains how the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) fit in the context of global reporting requirements.
"The lack of progress with the carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects is the biggest policy failure in our efforts to mitigate the impact of climate change." These were the words of an eminent climate scientist at the Grantham Institute, London School of Economics, in June this year.
The European Commission announced plans to help the region’s struggling wind sector, which is dealing with issues including a lack of access to financing and increased international competition.
A £2.7 billion pipeline network connecting hydrogen hubs in Scotland to Germany could create hundreds of jobs and see the country become a major exporter to the EU.
The European Union should take steps to stop the waste of solar energy and limit negative pricing in order to encourage investment, according to renewable energy groups.