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EU at energy council meeting today

By Lars Hansen, 6. June 2007
Todays EU energyministers council meeting is an ”intermediate station” between the EU summit meeting in March and the Commissions upcoming motion to the 3rd liberalization package... Read more »

The Commission studies the Danish CO2-plan

By Troels Werner Christensen, 16. May 2007
The EU-Commission has carefully studied the Danish CO2 quota plan which distributes the country’s total emission of CO2 in the period from 2008 to 2012. The Commission has subsequently posed 37 questions to the Danish Government.. Read more »

The competition is not quite right on the european electricity market

By Troels Werner Christensen, 27. April 2007
On behalf of the Commission, an independent consultant agency has drawn up a large analysis on the electricity markets in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and France from 2003 to 2005. Read more »

Green consumers can make a difference

By Lars Aagaard, 4. April 2007
The consumer no longer has any CO2 related incentive to reduce electricity consumption, according to one of the arguments in the debate on the European CO2 quota system. The Danish daily newspaper Information had a leader on the subject out yesterday. But the Danish Energy Association still believes that the green, energetic and thoughtful consumer has an important role to play... Read more »

Well done, Connie Hedegaard!

By Torben Hvidsten, 22. March 2007
For Denmark to host the 2009 climate summit will give it a unique chance to put its own mark on global climate policies. And Danish energy companies will have a golden opportunity to show the world what we have to offer in energy efficiency and sustainability...  Read more »

Energy policies high on government’s political agenda

By Troels Werner Christensen, 16. March 2007
Such were the words of Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen yesterday morning at the Energy Council conference, “The new Danish energy offensive”... Read more »

Heads of government fail to rectify competitive situation

By Torben Hvidsten, 14. March 2007
When EU heads of state and government met on Thursday and Friday last week they agreed that something needed doing to strengthen competition in the internal energy market. But what that something was remained undecided... Read more »

Europe demonstrates leadership in the battle for global environment

By Troels Werner Christensen, 12. March 2007
On Friday the European Heads of State and Government demonstrated leadership that will have an impact far beyond the frontiers of the EU... Read more »

Europe on the verge of global leadership

By Troels Werner Christensen, 9. March 2007
On a press conference today at 1 PM it is expected that the German head of government Angela Merkel will reveal Europe’s new energy policy... Read more »

EU needs common objectives for sustainable energy

By Lars Aagaard, 8. March 2007
One of the points of contention when EU state and government chiefs meet up at the end of this week is whether the EU should have a common binding objective for provision of sustainable energy. The Danish Energy Association supports the idea of going beyond vague declarations of intent and laying down a legal obligation. Each member country needs to play its part and industry needs to know what to expect in advance... Read more »
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