Energy, EU
May 14, 2024

European Commission announces guidance to speed up renewables permitting

EU member states urged to prioritise Europe-manufactured technologies and measure biodiversity impacts
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Australia, Energy, EU, Europe, Policy & Regulation, UK
May 10, 2024

In Brief: US EPA issues final methane emissions reporting rule; Australia publishes ‘Future gas strategy’

The latest ESG policy and regulatory news
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Energy, EU, Europe, Policy & Regulation, Singapore, UK
April 19, 2024

In Brief: EU directs funds to sustainable fisheries; ethical tax standards released

The latest ESG policy and regulatory news
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Oil rig off the coast of Mexico
Data, Energy, Finance
April 10, 2024

In Charts: Canada, Japan, South Korea ‘blocking clean energy transition’ with fossil fuel finance

Most G20 fossil fuel financing came from just three countries between 2020 and 2022
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TotalEnergies headquarters and logo
Energy, Financials, Knowledge Hub
April 10, 2024

Investors and banks urged not to provide TotalEnergies with new debt financing

Fifty-eight non-profits have signed letters sent to investors and banks with exposure to TotalEnergies
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Electricity pylons near wind turbines in Austria
Energy, EU, Financials, Knowledge Hub
April 9, 2024

EU’s €2.5tn energy infrastructure investment gap needs to be filled by 2050

Regulatory changes would help increase the financial appeal of decarbonisation, the member-based European Round Table for Industry argues
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Silhouettes of pumpjacks above oil wells
Energy, EU, Financials, Knowledge Hub, Policy & Regulation
April 4, 2024

EU member states lag on pledge to scrap export finance for fossil fuels

EU member states committed in 2022 to stop public finance for fossil fuel energy through export credit agencies by the end of 2023
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Energy, Financials, Policy & Regulation, Transport
March 28, 2024

IMO talks dodge question on future distribution of shipping emission revenues

While negotiations continued behind closed doors on how to price maritime carbon emissions, the UN has yet to determine a suitable governance framework to disperse any revenues raised
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UK offshore wind farm, turbines
Energy, Knowledge Hub, UK
March 19, 2024

ESO says £58bn is needed for ‘once-in-a-generation’ upgrade of UK’s power grid

Britain’s network operator has set out plans to modernise the country’s electricity grid and connect 21GW of wind power
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Energy, Europe
February 26, 2024

Polish lawsuit puts board directors’ due diligence obligations in spotlight

Polish energy company Enea has received approval from shareholders to sue former management and insurers over a failed coal investment, in a case that shares similarities with the 2023 UK...
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Energy, EU, Europe, Food & Farming, Policy & Regulation, Transport, US
February 16, 2024

In Brief: JPMAM and SSGA exit CA100+; IEA to set up security programme for critical minerals

The latest ESG policy and regulatory news JPMorgan Asset Management and State Street Global Advisors have confirmed to the Financial Times that they are leaving the investor coalition group Climate...
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