EU Green Week events across Europe focus on how EU environmental policies are contributing to sustainable growth, creating a demand for new green skills, and helping the clean energy transition.
A public consultation has opened on cross-border carbon dioxide transport projects submitted as candidates for the Commission's Projects of Common Interest list.
Lithuania has already met its 2020 target for renewable energy, although it will have to do more to meet its energy efficiency target. Today it hosts Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič to discuss the Energy Union.
The EU funding will finance a smart grids project to link Slovenia and Croatia's grids and increase the region's use of renewable energy.
Energy for Europeserving society, supporting the economy, protecting the environment