• [IEECP Newsletter] May 2022: heating decarbonisation to alleviate energy poverty and more

    This newsletter comes timely, sharing a lot of useful resources when the European Commission is expected to present the RePowerEU package tomorrow, unveiling its Action Plan and complementary proposals. The variety of topics included matches well our portfolio of projects, which results can feed into the package. We presented to key decision-makers in April some […]

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  • Opinion – Hiding fossil fuel subsidies under clean energy targets?

    IEECP’s Vlasis Oikonomou and NTUA’s Haris Doukas co-author a piece, published on Euractiv, touching upon the reaction of 10 Member States for the green taxonomy to allow them to consider natural gas as a transition fuel. This opens up the discussion on the subsidies for natural gas (and other fossil fuels) under the umbrella of […]

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