We’ve done our half-year check on planned coal projects and found that 6 projects appear to be shelved: Çerkezköy, Ergene […]
Tag Archive: European Union
Poland has taken a welcome step forward on phasing out coal this week, after state-owned coal utility PGE permanently closed the B1.
Italian civil society groups will testify in court today against the management of Tirreno Power’s Vado Ligure coal plant, who is on trial for illegally operating heavily-polluting units between 2000 and 2014.
Executives worked hard to present RWE as a cleaner, greener utility at the launch of it’s new business strategy, but RWE’s attempt to reposition
French global insurer AXA is putting European coal companies on notice that they should publish coal phase-out plans compatible with the UN Paris climate agreement by 2021.
Every region and every community is different. EU countries wake up to the climate emergency and the need for a swift transition to a sustainable society.
Poland and Germany set a late coal phase out; coal-fired power plants in Europe are polluting the air and causing […]
Berlin, 21 May 2019 - Eight financial institutions have handed Europe’s most polluting utilities almost €16 billion in support since the Paris Agreement was signed in December 2015, a new briefing by Europe Beyond Coal and its partners BankTrack, Foundation Development YES – Open-Pit Mines NO, Friends of the Earth France, IIDMA, Re:Common and Urgewald has found.
Financial Institutions’ Tightening Coal Policies Pressure Utilities to Change Kaarina Kolle, Europe Beyond Coal Finance and Utility Coordinator As the gavel […]