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IPPC Directive makes its mark

By Troels Werner Christensen, 16. March 2009
The European Parliament voted last week to overhaul the IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) Directive...  Read more »

Launch of World’s Largest Electrical Car Project

By Eva Tingkær, 13. March 2009
The largest demonstration project in the world for electrical cars using wind power has been launched in Denmark. If electrical cars are to become a success, it is necessary to be able to recharge the cars when power is inexpensive...  Read more »

Council meeting: CCS and electric cars part of the solution

By Troels Werner Christensen, 26. February 2009
The EU’s Ministers for Energy concluded last week Council of Ministers meeting in Brussels... Read more »

Goodbye to Incandescent Bulbs – Hello to Halogen

By Anni Christoffersen, 18. December 2008
The EU is now banning frosted incandescent light bulbs... Read more »

The Directive concerning Renewable Energy has Landed

By Anni Christoffersen, 16. December 2008
The first steps towards a green revolution have been made Read more »

Prospects for an EU Breakthrough for CCS

By Anni Christoffersen, 16. December 2008
There are prospects that the Heads of State and Government will during their EU summit on Thursday and Friday finally establish the long-term framework for the capture and storage of CO2... Read more »

EU undermines CO2 limit for cars

By Troels Werner Christensen, 3. December 2008
European carmakers such as VW, Peugeot and Opel can breathe again for a while.  They will not have to achieve the target of 130 g of CO2 per kilometre for cars until 2018... Read more »

The 2009 review of European energy policy

By Troels Werner Christensen, 14. November 2008
When the EU Council first adopted the new EU energy policy back in March 2007, it was already planned that the first review of the policy would be held after two years, i.e. at the spring summit of 2009... Read more »

Barack Obama – a step in the right direction for the climate

By Torben Hvidsten, 10. November 2008
Danish energy companies are happy at the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States... Read more »

Danish Energy Association goes to Prime Minister about EU climate policy

By Lars Aagaard, 29. October 2008
The Danish Energy Association is calling on Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen to work to ensure that the EU’s climate policy is not used as a socio-political tool...  Read more »
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