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Alexis Germon Dec 6
After 12h of negotiations, still no deal reached on in the Electricity Regulation. Next chance to deliver on for all citizens on 18 December.
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Dzikie Życie Dec 4
Instead of helping the :flag-eu: move , EU Ministers are considering handing billions in public money to coal barons and allowing them to keep their dirty plants pumping out pollution! High time to !
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Florent Marcellesi Dec 5
EU should not subsidy power plants. We all pay that in our electricity bills, with less health and more . Tonight open ended negotiations: European Parliament we want to phase out and build a future
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Nikos Mantzaris 8h
The Austrian presidency failed in persuading a handful of countries to stop insisting on subsidies via . and moving is a one way street if EU is to become carbon neutral by 2050.
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Manon Dufour Dec 5
Shadow rapporteur has repeatedly called the position on 👉THE red line of these negotiations👈 Many are calling on rapporteur to stand firm and by limiting subsidies to coal.
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Victor Charbonnier Dec 4
Unnecessary provocation from organisers of All the more lamentable that Poland has great potential in Hopefully the trilogue tomorrow will send another signal -
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Nikos Mantzaris Dec 6
no white smoke yet from the trilogue negotiations on Always darkest before the dawn...
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Pracownia Bystra Dec 4
must not fuel construction of new climate wreckers such as 🇵🇱! There's no better moment than for EU to announce that it decides to & go .
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CAN EUROPE 9h
🇦🇹wins prize for its preference for rather than climate finance. must instead lead the way towards a net zero climate economy and put an end to coal subsidies through . & help EU go
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Florent Marcellesi 8h
Austria receives the in for supporting subsidies to power plants in the negotiations through until 2035. , if you don't want to be the dirty lobby in the room:
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Elif Gündüzyeli Dec 6
are only subsidies that keep dead coal plants working. With citizens’ bills.
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Sebastien Willemart Dec 6
Yesterday, EU trilogue on went all night but more time & compromise needed for . Energy Strategy 2040 foresee 60% of its production from coal in 2030. Let's hope don't kill !
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Joanna Flisowska 9h
And the winners is... Austria! For siding with laggards in their pursue to keep subsidising plants with . needs to listen to Member States calling for and subsidies. and go !
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Florent Marcellesi Dec 5
After 12 hours night negotiations, EU Council still defends subsidies to coal power plants until 2035. Although some progress were made, no agreement is possible at this stage. To be continued on the 18th December. Let's go and !
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Catherine Banet Nov 30
Turmoil on electricity market design and ahead of trilogue negotiations? EU Presidency under pressure of MSs.
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Joan Dec 5
Waiting impatiently for the Trialogue outcome... The timing is just perfect. Leading by example in also means to show progressive, efficient & forward-looking:
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⚡ UFE ⚡ Dec 5
Trilogue today between and on electricity . Well-designed guarantee the security of supply in Europe at low costs for consumers 🇪🇺
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EUGINE Dec 6
EU Goal🎯= making "Europe’s electricity market fit for more renewables" Way forward🌉= 🌤️💨& reliable solutions e.g. Solution👍= + phasing out of We wish you all the best for next meeting on 18/12!
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Joanna Flisowska Dec 5
Replying to @j_flisowska
After more than 12 hrs of negotiations the agreement to stop subsidies to still couldn't be reached. Next & final trilogue on 18th Decemeber is the last chance for the bloc to subsidies via and to avoid jeopardising its climate credibility
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Make Power Clean Dec 3
EU institutions showed their clear for . It is now time to agree on an ambitious timeline, without unjustified exceptions or delays!
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