Netherlands’ €246m renewable hydrogen scheme granted EU approval

It will support the construction of at least 60MW of electrolysis capacity, with the state aid awarded through a bidding process planned to end in 2023

Hungary’s €2.36bn scheme to support net zero transition granted EU approval

The aid will incentivise the production of relevant technologies for the transition towards a net zero economy

Low vote of confidence given to 90% of net zero pledges

Only the UK, New Zealand and EU managed to gain a high vote of confidence

Sunak speaks to EU over EV Brexit row

Carmakers have called for a change to origin rules on EV manufacturing

‘EU must reshape everything it does to reach climate-neutrality’

That’s according to the latest report by the European Environment Agency

EU says all new cars must be zero-emission by 2035

Vehicles are responsible for around 15% of the EU’s carbon emissions

Nuclear hydrogen rejected by nations as ‘renewable’

Classifying low carbon as renewable could deter from growing renewable infrastructure, seven EU nations claim

‘More cash is needed for EU’s net zero plans’

That’s following the release of Europe’s Net Zero Industry Act, an association claims

‘Africa to become Europe’s most important renewable partner’

That’s the view of Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission

Spain and France opt for hydrogen pipeline over natural gas

This will see the project entitled to EU funding, due to its green intentions