Europe's nuclear regulators have failed to act on vital lessons from the Fukushima catastrophe and are exposing Europeans to the risk of a nuclear accident, according to an analysis commissioned by Greenpeace.
MEDIA BRIEFING - On 19 and 20 March, European leaders meeting at a summit in Brussels are expected to endorse the European Commission’s plan for a European energy union . The plan sets out the Commission’s proposed priorities for EU energy and...
An EU expert body has released new draft coal plant pollution limits that are weaker than existing standards in China, the United States and Japan. The draft has only marginal changes compared to information released by Greenpeace in March,...
The European Union is in the process of defining new standards limiting pollution from coal-fired power stations in the EU – a once-in-a-decade opportunity to clamp down on toxic emissions killing thousands of people every year.
"The European Council’s guidance from last year for 2030 targets for renewable
energy and energy efficiency falls far short of the EU’s potentials. [...] Upcoming EU legislation must be used to meet the full potentials of renewables and efficiency."
State aid to the Hinckley Point C new nuclear power station – violation of Article 8 (1) of Directive 2009/72/EC – incompatibility with the internal market.
The GP submission outlines how the Hinkley plan would violate EU competition rules.
State Aid Submission Hinkley Point - Annex II
State Aid Submission Hinkley point - Annex III
State Aid Submission Hinkley Point - Annex I
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