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ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT WEEKLY

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By Frédéric Simon (@FredSimonEU), Sam Morgan (@SamJamesMorgan)

Greece’s private sector steps in to ‘upgrade and save’ public coal plant[Energy & Environment / News] Private companies have made offers to Greece’s public power company to environmentally upgrade and economically “save” a lignite power plant about to shut, as it falls foul of the EU’s CO2 emission standards.

EU urged to do more to protect forests[Energy & Environment / News] Forest nations are calling on the EU to strengthen the control of supply chains for products causing deforestation such as palm oil or cocoa. EURACTIV.fr reports.

Momentum builds behind higher renewables target[Renewable energies / News] Europe could pursue a more ambitious renewable energy target for 2030 and still keep costs affordable, according to a new European Commission-backed study, which suggests a 34% benchmark ahead of all-important institutional talks.

OECD urges countries to tax dirty energy[Energy & Environment / News] The OECD has encouraged governments to start taxing CO2 emissions more aggressively, in a new report which warns that current taxation levels are not enough to fight climate change effectively

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Climate change ‘will push European cities towards breaking point’[Energy & Environment / News] Major British towns and cities, including Glasgow, Wrexham, Aberdeen and Chester, could be much more severely affected by climate change than previously thought, according to new research. EURACTIV's media partner The Guardian reports.

Grid operators need a revised cybersecurity strategy in the IoT era[Energy & Environment / Opinion] Cybersecurity threats invade the minds of electricity grid managers on a constant basis, and for good reason, writes Neil Strother.

The future of gas is not fossil but green[Energy transition / Opinion] There is a vast potential for green gas in Europe, generated from sustainable resources such as biomass and organic waste, some of which can directly be injected into the grid or take the shape of hydrogen, writes Claude Turmes.

EU court fells Poland’s illegal logging of ancient forest[Energy & Environment / News] The European Court of Justice has confirmed that the logging of ancient woodland in Poland infringes EU law, paving the way for penalties against Warsaw and prolonging its spat with Brussels.

Covenant of Mayors: A key instrument for the future EU budget[Energy & Environment / Opinion] In order for the Covenant of Mayors to continue its success and further embed itself in EU policies, it has to become a key instrument for the future EU budget, write the local and regional leaders of the group's board.   

A consumer-driven energy transition?[Energy transition / Opinion] Supporting small-scale renewable installations is a no-brainer for the energy transition. But the battle for small installations is far from over as the European Parliament must formally adopt its position this week, writes Aurelie Beauvais.

Europe’s mayors: Speeding up the energy transition[Energy & Environment / Special Report] While the EU hammers out its continent-wide energy and climate policy for the next decade, steps are being taken at local level to fight climate change and make a low-carbon European economy a reality.

German carmakers on tenterhooks ahead of diesel ban ruling[Energy & Environment / News] A court will decide on Thursday (22 February) whether German cities can ban heavily polluting cars, potentially wiping hundreds of millions of euros off the value of diesel cars on the country’s roads.

Report: Green businesses double performance of fossil fuel peers[Energy transition / News] Clean energy investments have almost doubled the performance of fossil fuel energy stocks over the past year and a half, new figures have revealed. EURACTIV’s partner edie.net reports.

Regional cooperation and integrated energy markets at risk[Energy & Environment / Opinion] A much more interconnected European energy market, ensuring regional cooperation and cutting out waste, makes so much sense for consumers, for security of supply and for decarbonisation. Philip Baker and Christos Kolokathis urge MEPs and member states to make it happen.

It’s time for Europe to deliver on an ambitious industrial strategy[Economy & Jobs / Opinion] As the EU's annual industry day approaches, the time is ripe to deliver on an ambitious industrial strategy that builds on Europe’s unique strengths, unlocks the potential of digital technology and data, and helps innovative companies solve societal challenges, writes Malte Lohan.

ECJ ushers in new era for water protection[Energy & Environment / Opinion] Disputes over an Austrian hydropower project and snow cannon system are ushering in a new era for water protection across the EU, writes Andrea Johanides.

Balearics launch pioneering plan to phase out emissions[Energy & Environment / News] The Balearic islands’ government has launched a pioneering plan to phase out greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, potentially setting itself on a collision course with the Spanish government. EURACTIV's partner The Guardian reports.

France pushes for product ‘lifetime’ labelling[Circular economy / News] In a first draft roadmap on circular economy, the French government is thinking about supporting a voluntary product “life” label. But such an idea could only become mandatory at European level. EURACTIV.fr reports.

Berlin downplays smog-beating free transport idea[Energy & Environment / News] The German government on Wednesday (14 February) sought to play down plans to introduce free public transport, a day after the radical proposal to fight air pollution made headlines around the world.

Countering terror doesn’t need to cost the Earth[Energy & Environment / Opinion] While the risks of terrorism should not be downplayed, the extensive nature of climate change risks should not be downplayed either. Often times, the impacts are less visible but more significant, argues Janani Vivekananda.  

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