EUGINE comments on the review of the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Directives

With the aim of helping the European Union reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, the European Commission is currently preparing its “Fit for 55 package”, which should include amendments to the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED)...more >


EUGINE Replies to the Consultation on the Revision of the Guidelines on State aid for Environmental protection and Energy 2014-2020 (EEAG)

State aid rules have a strong impact on the business case of environmentally friendly energy projects such as gas engines running on biogas or used for high-efficiency cogeneration (on-site combined heat and power production). EUGINE has therefore replied to the...more >


EUGINE position on the Taxonomy draft delegated act

EUGINE believes that the suggested criteria for gas-based electricity and heat generation in the draft delegated act on climate change mitigation and the “do no significant harm” criterion under climate change adaptation fall short of being in line with the...more >


EU Hydrogen Strategy: A colour-blind approach is needed

In a letter sent to the European Commission, the Council and the Parliament, EUGINE, together with a wide industry alliance, calls for a Hydrogen Strategy that is inclusive of all clean hydrogen pathways. The letter states that a technology-neutral approach...more >


Joint industry letter: 5 Principles for a EU Hydrogen Strategy

In a letter sent to Commission Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioners Breton, Simson, Urpilainen, V─âlean and Várhelyi, EUGINE and 13 other industry organisations point out five important principles to make hydrogen a success story for the climate and for Europe's prosperity....more >
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