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Wanted: Principles for distribution of RE in Europe

By Troels Werner Christensen, 11. October 2007
When the EU Commission submits a proposal on 5 December for how the EU will increase the portion of renewable energy it consumes from 7 to 20 percent leading up to the year 2020, it could be based upon a so-called flat rate model... Read more »

EU's Energy Policy Lacking Leadership

By Torben Hvidsten, 8. October 2007
- The time is right to submit a tangible proposal in order for the decision concerning 20 percent renewable energy in the EU to be able to be turned into a reality," write Civil Engineer Søren Dyck-Madsen of the Ecological Council and Senior Consultant Ulrich Bang of the Danish Energy Association in the newspaper Børsen last week... Read more »

EU's newly launched RE plan risking being shipwrecked

By Torben Hvidsten, 4. October 2007
The EU Heads of State have decided that 20 percent of the EU's energy consumption must come from renewable energy in 2020... Read more »

EU accepts world’s strictest CO2 allocation plan

By Troels Werner Christensen, 3. September 2007
The EU Commission has adopted the Danish CO2 allocation plan for Kyoto period 2008-12... Read more »

Customer Charter up for debate

By Troels Werner Christensen, 16. August 2007
The Danish Energy Association has submitted its response to the Commission's draft for a Customer Charter... Read more »

Plug-in hybrid vehicles to be tested in Denmark

By Troels Werner Christensen, 9. August 2007
The Danish Energy Association has just submitted its consultation response to the report by the Danish Energy Agency on the use of alternative fuels in the transport sector...  Read more »

CO2 quotas must be on equal terms

By Torben Hvidsten, 21. June 2007
According an article in Saturday’s ‘Information’, EU’s CO2 quotas will lead to the opening of more coal-fired power stations in Europe, thus sabotaging the aim of reducing CO2 emissions... Read more »

Danish Liberals: Energy belongs in EU treaty in order to ensure climate targets

By Claus Djørup, Fagpressebureauet og Torben Hvidsten, 13. June 2007
Lars Lilleholt, spokesman on energy for Venstre, Denmark's Liberal party and the main government party, is hoping to see energy and climate policy embedded in the EU treaty "at the first opportunity"... Read more »

Slim chance for energy in EU treaty

By Torben Hvidsten, 12. June 2007
A new EU treaty with a separate chapter on energy is a political necessity if European heads of state and government are to fulfil the new and very ambitious energy and climate targets... Read more »

Danish Energy Association closer to EU

By Troels Werner Christensen, 7. June 2007
With its new office opening in Brussels on 1 July, the Danish Energy Association will be better placed to exert influence and acquire information on European energy policy... Read more »
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