Energy

Alliances Fray as Portugal’s Socialists Rise in Popularity

On October 6th, Portuguese voters will head to polls. At stake are all 230 seats in the country’s Assembly, with…

Madrid’s Driving Ban Is Up in the Air, but So Are Small Local Businesses

“When you look at this policy reversal over pollution in Madrid, it’s clear there is no real green conscience in…

Will France’s New Airline Tax Help Decarbonise the Skies?

Air travel is a major contributor to pollution and global climate change. In order to make the sector pay its…

Portugal’s Solar Power Auction Outshines All Expectations

Portugal extended the deadline for a mega-auction of new solar energy capacity by a week, it will now be concluding…

“We Want to Defuse the Crisis.” EU Tries to Salvage the Iran Deal Amid Rising Temperatures

Once the USA exited the JCPoA (The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) in May, 2018 – commonly referred to as…

France Tackles Reproductive Rights, Launching a Series of Reforms

Coming right on time for Paris’ yearly Pride Parade, the French government has announced its intentions to end one discriminatory…

Offshore Energy is both a Boon and a Bane for Cyprus

Cyprus’ offshore gas deposits are fueling continued unrest in the Mediterranean. Seeking to drill for oil and natural gas 40…

Greece Harnesses EU Funding to Push Towards Ambitious Renewables Plan

The announcement of the partnership has sparked interest in a host of sustainable projects in the country, with the investment…

From the Sixth South EU Summit to the EU Council Meeting

On Friday, June 14th, Malta played host to the Sixth South EU Summit – also known as the Southern EU…

Spain Aims for a Bright Future Under Resurgent Environmental Plans

Spain’s solar industry is making strides again following over five years of regression under the so called ‘sunshine tax’, implemented…
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