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Greenpeace European Unit is part of the international Greenpeace network, active in over 40 countries worldwide and with three million supporters. Based in Brussels, we monitor and analyse the work of the EU institutions, expose deficient EU policies and laws, and challenge EU decision-makers to implement progressive solutions. We value our independence and do not accept donations from governments, the EU, businesses or political parties.

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New report illustrates why energy giants want to keep EU dependent on imported fossil...

Press release | October 9, 2014 at 10:28

Brussels – As European Union (EU) leaders prepare to decide on the future of Europe’s energy supply, a new report details why our largest energy companies want the EU to continue to rely on imported fossil fuel despite the political,...

Tied down: Why Europe’s energy giants want to keep us hooked on imported fossil fuels

Publication | October 9, 2014 at 10:09

Greenpeace’s report "Tied down: Why Europe’s energy giants want to keep us hooked on imported fossil fuels", shows Europe’s eight biggest power companies rely on imports for a third of their revenue from EU sales of power and gas. In 2011, they...

Sell-out on UK nuclear plan exposes Commission to legal challenges

Press release | October 8, 2014 at 10:28

Brussels – The European Commission has for the first time cleared a plan for taxpayers to heavily subsidise the construction of a nuclear power plant in the EU. Two new reactors at Hinkley Point, in the United Kingdom, will receive up to €20...

Commission ignores emissions from tar sands under EU clean fuel standards

Press release | October 7, 2014 at 12:58

Brussels – Oil from tar sands and other high carbon sources would be excluded from fuel carbon accounting under a plan released today by the European Commission, warned Greenpeace.

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