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Modele de emisii de carbon pe întregul ciclu de viață pentru UE27 în vederea reducerii emisiilor de carbon provenite de la clădirile noi (RO)

Acest raport compară modelele de politici la nivel național existente și propuse pentru reducerea emisiilor de carbon pe întregul ciclu de viață (WLC). Sunt comparate abordările alese în Danemarca, Finlanda, Franța, Țările de Jos și Suedia. Acest lucru relevă caracteristici cheie, asemănări și deosebiri.

Winds of Change. Offshore Renewable Energy for a More Secure and Resilient Central and Eastern EuropeWinds of Change.

The Russian Ukrainian War is causing tremors far beyond the military front lines. Major food and supply chain disruptions, hybrid aggression against democratic countries, continuous violation of internationally recognized freedoms of navigation, trade and development of resources in exclusive economic zones, hegemonic militarization by Russia of an entire Black Sea and tangible risks of contagion among neighboring countries, are some of the topics that are addressed in this paper. Apart from its relevance as a gateway to Asia and the Middle East, the authors emphasize the significant potential that the Black Sea region has in terms of supply routes, energy and natural resources potential that can contribute to progress and economic security for the entire European continent.

The Battle for the Black Sea! The Importance of Freedom of Navigation and Energy Stakes

The Russian Ukrainian War is causing tremors far beyond the military front lines. Major food and supply chain disruptions, hybrid aggression against democratic countries, continuous violation of internationally recognized freedoms of navigation, trade and development of resources in exclusive economic zones, hegemonic militarization by Russia of an entire Black Sea and tangible risks of contagion among neighboring countries, are some of the topics that are addressed in this paper. Apart from its relevance as a gateway to Asia and the Middle East, the authors emphasize the significant potential that the Black Sea region has in terms of supply routes, energy and natural resources potential that can contribute to progress and economic security for the entire European continent.

Power sector decarbonisation in the South East European Union member states by 2040 (ENG)

The goal of this study is to identify least-cost, Paris-compliant (United Nations, 2015) solutions for the decarbonisation of selected power markets while fitting national circumstances. The focus lies on techno-economical scenarios, which can then inform the policy debate. The geographical scope of the project is focused on EU countries in South East Europe, namely Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary and Romania. Results are available for each country individually, but will be shown in aggregate in this paper.

Decarbonizarea sectorului de energie electrică în statele din Sud-Estul Uniunii Europene până în 2040

Scopul prezentului studiu este de a identifica soluțiile cel mai puțin costisitoare și conforme cu acordul de la Paris, pentru a permite eliminarea cărbunelui și a lignitului din mixul energetic, adaptându-se în același timp la particularitățile naționale.

Se apropie sfârșitul motorului pe combustie internă în Europa?

Parlamentul European ar trebui să voteze în 7 Iunie pentru ca toate autoturismelor și autoutilitarelor noi, începând din 2035 să nu producă emisii de CO2. Practic aceasta ar însemna ca până la acea dată, marii producători să livreze pe piață doar autovehicule nepoluante.

Regaining Europeʼs Energy Sovereignty 15 Priority Actions for RePowerEU

Europe recorded its greenest electricity year ever in 2020. For the first time, more electricity was generated from renewables than from fossil fuels. Renewables accounted for 38 percent of Europe's electricity mix in 2020, compared with only 37 percent for fossil fuels, according to a joint analysis by Agora Energiewende and the British think tank Ember

How the heat is affecting the economy

Cluj example - In the summer of 2015, three heat waves were registered in Cluj-Napoca. As a result, an estimated potential loss of approximately reached almost 38.2 million EUR – Energy and Climate Policy

Carbon – nobody wants it, but we all must have to pay for it

Why do we have to pay for carbon and which mechanisms are currently working? More details about ETS and carbon tax in the article.

Renewables overtake gas and coal in EU electricity generation

Europe recorded its greenest electricity year ever in 2020. For the first time, more electricity was generated from renewables than from fossil fuels. Renewables accounted for 38 percent of Europe's electricity mix in 2020, compared with only 37 percent for fossil fuels, according to a joint analysis by Agora Energiewende and the British think tank Ember
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