This story about EU plans for energy saving buildings was published by EurActiv on 9th September 2010. Buildings will be at the centre of the EU’s new energy savings plan, which the European Commission plans to present by the end of the year, the EU energy commissioner has said. Commissioner Günther Oettinger told journalists after… » read more
Global energy demand – and C02 emissions – is expected to double by the middle of the century as a result of rising population and per-capita consumption. Such a development is unsustainable: • Climate change will prevent humanity from continuing along the energy pathway of the past. Business as usual will put the very existence… » read more
After a long, not so green week, the Risk Monger has selected some of the best and worst moments with a suggestion for next year’s theme.
At the 1st European Regions Energy Day in Brussels, Klaus Klipp, Secretary General of the Assembly of European Regions, spoke to Blogactiv. He explained the role that European Regions are already having in changing to a lower emissions environment to help combat climate change.
At the first European Regions Energy Day in Brussels, Blogactiv spoke to Anne Bliek, Deputy Queen’s Commissioner for the Province of Flevoland in the Netherlands. She explained some of the issues surrounding government policy when it relates to clean energy subsidies.
Last week, we started the series of articles describing the ULTRADRILL – our technology concept and robotic platform for ultra deep drilling in depths 6 kilometers (and deeper) in hydrocarbon as well as geothermal energy industry. ULTRADRILL itself is composed of 7 cornerstones, or components if you wish. The names of all of them start… » read more