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CAN EUROPE 15h
Replying to @CANEurope
Wendel Trio: Coal will need to go from Europe as soon as possible. If we stop subsidies to coal, it will go even faster.
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EURACTIV Energy and Environment 13 Apr 16
Commission draws fire over support for British subsidies
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Greenpeace EU Sep 18
Replying to @GreenpeaceEU
"No more cash for coal, gas and nuclear" 💸 Greenpeace research found that €58 billion is spent on , subsidies that almost exclusively prop up failing fossil fuel and nuclear plants. Why not invest in clean ?
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EURACTIV 19 Feb 15
EU's plan targets subsidies, boosts idle coal plants
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James Crisp 29 Apr 15
EU investigates government subsidies to power stations
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Anca Gurzu Feb 21
MEP in ready to begin trilogues on after adopting position on market design regulation. #550
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Greenpeace EU 20 Sep 17
And subsidies to coal and gas could increase through
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James Crisp 13 Apr 16
I am told Vestager's report on will favour the UK's market-driven model.
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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 EU energy ministers: Stop wasting billions of tax-payers’ money on outdated coal, gas and nuclear power plants!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! ☀💨
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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
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EUGINE 11 Jul 17
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Fabio Marchetti 16 May 17
and in the menu of dinner debate in the European Parliament.
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Greenpeace EU Sep 18
EU energy ministers are still reluctant to pull the plug on "" – subsidies keeping old coal, gas and nuclear power plants on standby. To really fight , we need 100% ☀️💨🌊
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Greenpeace EU Sep 21
Spain supports partial rollback of EU subsidies for . Good move but still unclear where 🇪🇸 stands on billions that go to and energy. Time to scrap altogether and accelerate switch to !
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Laurie van der Burg 17 May 16
EU : risks to climate and keeping the lights on. New report:
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Connect Energy Economics 3 Jan 17
Our study for on upgrading the and has just been published:
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Alice Stollmeyer 30 Nov 16
Replying to @StollmeyerEU
' should take into account averse effects on .' Comply with rules!
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ODI 30 Nov 16
allows to be used as backdoor subsidy for fossil fuels:
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Tara Connolly 20 Sep 17
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Suzana Carp Sep 21
After Italy, now Spain.. who is next? Germany Czech Republic?
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