EU continues to support France-Spain gas link, despite setback

By |januar 23rd, 2019|energy infrastructure, gas pipeline, liquified natural gas, MIDCAT pipeline, natural gas, News, PCI list|

The gas interconnector between France and Spain remains a project of common European interest eligible for EU funding, the European Commission has said, despite a decision by French and Spanish regulators who rejected a key section of the planned pipel...

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Four priorities for a future-oriented Connecting Europe Facility

By |november 5th, 2018|connecting europe facility, energy infrastructure, News, PCI list, PCIs, projects of common interest|

Swift implementation of the EU’s energy and climate commitments is only possible if the next EU budget gives a clear signal to invest in a transition to a low-carbon economy, write Lisa Fischer and Elisa Giannelli.

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Gas lobby keeps Europe hooked on fossil fuels

By |november 2nd, 2017|energy infrastructure, ENTSOG, Gas, gas interconnectors, liquified natural gas, LNG, MIDCAT pipeline, natural gas, News, oil and gas industry, Trans-Adriatic pipeline TAP|

As the COP23 UN climate talks open in Bonn, the European Commission and EU member states are embarking on a massive spending spree to subsidise new gas infrastructure that will make it impossible to achieve the global warming targets agreed two years a...

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Brexit and energy: A choice between economics and sovereignty

By |september 25th, 2017|Brexit negotiations, energy infrastructure, energy interconnectors, News, Northern Ireland, Single Electricity Market, United Kingdom|

Britain will have to invest more in new electricity generating capacity and face higher prices in exchange for regaining its independence from the European Union, writes Philip Lowe.

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EU funds France-Ireland energy project that bypasses UK

By |julij 5th, 2017|Celtic Interconnector, connecting europe facility, energy infrastructure, Ireland, News, power transmision, Single Electricity Market, United Kingdom, wind power|

The European Commission has allocated €4 million to a project that will link the French and Irish electricity grids via an undersea cable. Irish lawmakers have now touted the plan as an “obvious solution” to Ireland’s energy reliance on a post-Brexit United Kingdom.

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