Nuclear energy is expensive, produces dangerous radioactive waste that cannot be processed or stored safely. Our governments must move away from this false solution to climate change.
In March 2020, the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) established by the European Commission recommended excluding nuclear power from the green taxonomy, a European classification of low-carbon and…
Major concessions to polluting industries under new EU sustainable finance rules, leaked on Monday, would stab the EU green deal in the heart, said Greenpeace.
27 out of 28 European governments agreed to reach climate neutrality by 2050, opening the door for discussions about more immediate EU action.
Linz, Austria/Brussels – Greenpeace activists challenged EU energy ministers meeting in Linz to stop using billions of public money to fund coal, gas and nuclear energy, which heat the climate, contaminate…
The EU General Court has rejected a challenge by Austria and Luxembourg to a European Commission decision to allow UK state subsidies for the construction and operation of the Hinkley…
Brussels – The European Parliament’s energy committee has proposed restrictions for controversial subsidies for energy utilities in its vote on the energy market reform. So-called capacity mechanisms – national subsidies…
Brussels – The European Commission has given a green light to state subsidies for the construction of the Paks II nuclear power plant in Hungary. The decision is irresponsible and…
Please click on the link below to read the full letter. – 2016094 Letter to EC on Hungarian nuclear regulator plan
Please click on the link below to read the full letter. – 2016094 Letter to EC on Paks II public procurement infringements
Brussels – Following ‘Der Spiegel’ article  about a leaked new EU proposal to fund nuclear energy research, Greenpeace EU energy policy adviser Bram Claeys said: “The suggestion that public…
Brussels – The European Commission today published preliminary findings of its inquiry into public funding schemes for power plants, known as “capacity mechanisms”. The seriously flawed analysis backs these subsidies,…
. Greenpeace’s submission on possible state aid to Paks II nuclear power station, February 2016: State aid SA.38454 (2015C) Greenpeace