Fans flying in from nearby Dubai and other cities for games is putting the carbon-neutral pledge in doubt, researchers claim The post Qatar World Cup green pledge slammed by 500 daily flights appeared first on Energy Live News.
It will assess whether the compensation granted to Litgas for supplying a mandatory quantity of LNG to the terminal in Klaipėda between 2016 and 2018 is in line with state aid rules The post EU investigates Lithuanian measure to support operation of LNG terminal appeared first on Energy Live News.
The Capacity Market Registers published on 29 November have confirmed that GridBeyond has prequalified 271 MW for the T-1 and 415 MW T-4 auctions planned for February 2023. The post GridBeyond secures 271MW prequalified capacity for the Capacity Market appeared first on Energy Live News.
Energy UK has worked with PayPoint, Post Office and Citizens Advice to help more people claim their energy vouchers The post Households urged to redeem energy bill rebate appeared first on Energy Live News.
Indigenous communities in Washington and Alaska will be moved to higher ground to avoid flooding impacts The post US to pay $75m to relocate tribes facing climate threat appeared first on Energy Live News.
The scheme will cover part of the higher electricity prices arising from the impact of carbon prices on electricity generation costs incurred between 2021 and 2030 The post France’s €13.5bn scheme to compensate energy-intensive firms granted EU approval appeared first on Energy Live News.
Currently, money from fines imposed by water regulator Ofwat and those from Environment Agency prosecutions is given to the Treasury The post Water company fines in England to be used for environmental improvements appeared first on Energy Live News.