October 19, 2023

Energy transition in five key Southeast Asian markets

Southeast Asia is home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. As energy demand grows, the region is turning to renewable energy to not only to sustain economic growth but also to safeguard its energy security.
March 22, 2023

South Korea lowers 2030 industrial emissions reduction targets

South Korea on Tuesday revised down its 2030 greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets for the industrial sector, but kept its commitment to reducing carbon emissions by 40% of 2018 levels in what it called a reasonable adjustment.
February 24, 2023

EU climate diplomacy deal caught in debate on nuclear

The European Union countries failed to adopt climate diplomacy conclusions scheduled for Monday due to a developing split over the role of nuclear energy in the green transition, according to EU officials.

The European Commission proposed regulations l
February 23, 2023

Germany to quicken power market reform amid rising demand, minister says

Germany must act quickly to meet its renewable energy targets if it wants to keep the lights on amid rising energy demand, Economy Minister Robert Habeck said.

Habeck is looking to overhaul the 550 terawatt hours (TWh) per year market, as demand rises
July 06, 2022

Dutch government limits Schiphol airport flights to reduce pollution

The Netherlands’ Schiphol airport, the third busiest in Europe, has cut the number of flights by 12% to reduce pollution, becoming the first airport in the world limiting traffic to make the aviation industry more sustainable.

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