Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Frédéric Simon Dec 18
BREAKING news from the market design trilogue, confirmed by two sources. The Commission just tabled a compromise allowing a GDP-based exemption from 550g CO2 rule applicable to (i.e.: state aid for coal). Thread below:
Reply Retweet Like
⚡ UFE ⚡ Sep 25
For Pierre Jeremie from are essential to give long term signals and ensure that is the responsibility of Member States”. Also, “they shouldn’t prevent the decarbonisation of the electricity sector and the economy”
Reply Retweet Like
Greenpeace Austria Sep 18
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! THIS IS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT! EU energy ministers: Stop wasting billions of tax-payers’ money on outdated coal, gas and nuclear power plants! We need an energy revolution! ☀💨
Reply Retweet Like
Anca Gurzu Dec 18
It's getting tense at the market design trilogues now. Here's the text the just proposed with a GDP-based exemption on #550 Officials tell me it would apply to (not confirmed)
Reply Retweet Like
Tara Connolly Sep 13
€18 billion added to Spanish electricity bills for ? In a country that has WAY too many power plants? I guess that would only make sense if you were the owner of one of those power plants..
Reply Retweet Like
WindEurope Dec 17
Electricity is about making 🇪🇺’s energy transition cheaper & faster. This won’t happen if allow the most polluting power plants to get financial support
Reply Retweet Like
Shay Akbar 🕋 3 Jan 17
Replying to @mohammadshaikh_
Reply Retweet Like
Greenpeace EU Dec 19
EU governments and European Parliament agree rules that allow subsidies for unprofitable plants until 2035. It's a betrayal of the Paris agreement and shows that governments are still not serious about climate action.
Reply Retweet Like
Claude Turmes 19 Dec 17
Don't be fooled by yesterday's deal at on : 550 EPS will apply only to new ones! As is about to waive the Polish scheme, it means Polish subsidies to can go on and on... Can accept that?
Reply Retweet Like
James Crisp 29 Apr 15
EU investigates government subsidies to power stations
Reply Retweet Like
Anca Gurzu Feb 21
MEP in ready to begin trilogues on after adopting position on market design regulation. #550
Reply Retweet Like
ITRE Committee Press Dec 18
Reply Retweet Like
Frédéric Simon Dec 18
Here's the new version of the compromise proposal on circulated by the Commission. Heated discussions ahead, Parliament certainly won't like it.
Reply Retweet Like
Tara Connolly 18 Dec 17
Good news! Last night EU energy ministers backed a 2030 target of >45%, strong measures for and tough limits on , including no new money to plants. Oh wait, no sorry.
Reply Retweet Like
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 !
Reply Retweet Like
CAN EUROPE Dec 19
Today EU opened a door for an EU-wide coal phase out by excluding dirty plants from - biggest source of subsidies - from 2025. It's late & big loophole is included but the noose is getting tighter as coal's clearly on its way out.
Reply Retweet Like
Alice Stollmeyer 28 Nov 16
Replying to @StollmeyerEU
" won't be used as backdoor subsidy of high-polluting ; that wld go against our objectives" - Canete
Reply Retweet Like
EURACTIV 19 Feb 15
EU's plan targets subsidies, boosts idle coal plants
Reply Retweet Like
Fabio Marchetti 16 May 17
and in the menu of dinner debate in the European Parliament.
Reply Retweet Like
Greenpeace EU Nov 21
While Poland is preparing to host and the future of dirty subsidies are being decided in the EU, Poland quietly announced a new €14bn energy subsidy... ...Mainly for 👎
Reply Retweet Like