Halfway through its lifetime, the Recovery and Resilience Facility continues to deliver across the EU through ambitious reforms and investments
Today, the Commission presented the mid-term evaluation of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), the EU's recovery instrument at the heart of the €800 billion NextGenerationEU plan.
President von der Leyen and Executive Vice-President Šefčovič chair third Clean Transition Dialogue with a focus on clean tech
Following last year’s discussions dedicated to hydrogen and energy-intensive industries, this third roundtable will bring together 26 representatives of key strategic clean technology sectors.
The Commission welcomes the provisional agreement between the European Parliament and the Council on the first EU-wide voluntary framework for the certification of high-quality carbon removals.
Producers of renewable hydrogen have made their bids to receive support in the form of a fixed premium per kilogram of renewable hydrogen produced.
Opening speech by Commissioner Simson at the International Hydrogen Colloquium ‘Creating a European & Worldwide Market'
Commissioner Simson highlighted the important role of hydrogen - not only in reaching our goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, but also to ensure a clean, competitive and secure energy supply for our economy.
Commission approves up to €6.9 billion of State aid by seven Member States for the third Important Project of Common European Interest in the hydrogen value chain
The project, called “IPCEI Hy2Infra”, was jointly prepared and notified by 7 EU countries: France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and Slovakia.
AggregateEU launches first mid-term tender to ensure stability and predictability of energy supplies
Today, under the AggregateEU platform for joint gas purchasing, the Commission is launching a first mid-term tender, where buyers will be able to submit their gas demand for multiple 6-month periods running from April 2024 to October 2029.
AggregateEU has been the EU’s central effort to diversify its energy imports away from Russian fossil fuels and successfully contributed to our security of supply in 2023. But, what exactly is it? How did it come about? And, what has it achieved?
The Commission has launched a new ‘Citizens’ Engagement Platform’ and organises a first panel of 150 randomly selected citizens from all EU countries to meet and discuss how to increase energy efficiency.
Industrial Carbon Management interactive stories: a new tool to discover EU-funded projects in the CCUS sector
In order to illustrate the joint EU support to the industrial carbon management and synergies between the programmes that CINEA manages, the Agency has launched a new digital tool that allows viewers to interactively discover how the EU funding is distributed across the CCUS sector.