Today, the Commission is launching the third opportunity for European companies to register their gas purchase needs via the AggregateEU mechanism, in view of jointly purchasing gas on the international market.
State aid: Commission approves €233 million Austrian scheme to compensate energy-intensive companies for indirect emission costs
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €233 million Austrian scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive companies for higher electricity prices.
Closing remarks by Commissioner Simson at the inauguration of the Brouchy Agrivoltaic Canopy
The new, recast Energy Efficiency Directive (EU) 2023/1791 on energy efficiency, which was adopted by the European Parliament and the Council earlier this year, has been published.
The European Commission has announced today that two more projects have obtained the status required to be part of the List of Renewable Energy Cross-border Projects (CB RES list) under the Connecting Europe Facility for Energy (CEF Energy).
Commissioner Simson in Finland next week to discuss EU energy policy with policymakers and stakeholders
Next week, Monday 18 and Tuesday 19, Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson will be in Finland to discuss the EU's energy policy with policymakers and stakeholders.
The European Mobility Week kicks off tomorrow in 3000 towns and cities in 50 countries.
Speech by Commissioner Simson at Energy Security Conference on 'Achieving winter preparedness in turbulent times'
The European Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, spoke earlier today at the “Energy Security Beyond 2023” conference in Warsaw, Poland.
In her speech, President von der Leyen said that a European Wind Power package will be put forward and that the future of our clean tech industry – from wind to steel, from batteries to electric vehicles – has to be made in Europe.