Attempts in the European Parliament to block the EU taxonomy and legislation listing gas and nuclear energy among “sustainable” investments have sparked heated debate among Czech lawmakers who say...
Unions Renew Call For Nuclear To Be Included in European Taxonomy
Twenty major trade unions from across Europe representing employees in the energy sector have renewed their call for European politicians to include nuclear energy in the bloc’s sustainable finance...
Is nuclear the overlooked solution for Europe’s energy woes?
Following the Fukushima disaster in 2011, Germany sped up plans to shut down all its nuclear plants. Given the current energy crisis, such decisions should be revisited, writes Timur Tllyaev.
Germany to vote against EU plan to label nuclear as green but won’t sue
Germany will vote against the European Commission's controversial "taxonomy" proposal that classes nuclear energy as green but won't file a lawsuit against it, German officials told POLITICO.
Will the European Union take its last chance to respect the spirit of the Euratom Treaty?
Energy has been at the heart of the European Union’s endeavour to jointly rebuild the economy after the disasters of the second world war. Europe’s founders understood that energy is indeed the...
Mairead McGuinness: Why the European Commission says gas and nuclear are green
But we are far from that place and there is a need, as we move more rapidly towards renewables, for some member states to continue to use gas and nuclear power in the medium term.
Online Discussion: Is Nuclear Green?
Billy Kelleher (MEP – Renew) and Jessica Johnson (FORATOM) discuss why nuclear energy should be included in the European Sustainable Taxonomy
EU rulebook may need ‘amber’ label for not-fully green investments
The European Union should add an "amber" category to its green investment rulebook to flag investments that are not fully environmentally friendly but play a role in the transition, EU advisers will...