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EGEC letter to the members of the Platform on Sustainable Finance

PUBLISHED: September 24, 2021

EGEC sent an official letter to the members of the Platform on Sustainable Finance to ensure that the “Full list of Technical Screening Criteria” in Annex B accurately reflects the environmental benefits of geothermal technologies.

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Financing

Sustainable finance

No gas in ‘green’ Taxonomy

PUBLISHED: September 24, 2021

As the European Commission prepares criteria for supplementary Delegated Act in Autumn, NGOs outline how including gas in the Taxonomy would turn it into a greenwashing tool, completely undermining its credibility and sending a disastrous global signal.

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Financing

Sustainable finance

EGEC response to the public consultation on the draft report on preliminary recommendations for technical screening criteria for the EU taxonomy

PUBLISHED: September 24, 2021

EGEC’s contribution is focused on three main priorities:

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POLICY DOCUMENTS

Energy Transition, EU Climate and energy framework, EU State Aid Control, Financing

Renewable Energy Directive, State Aid

Open letter: For State Aid Guidelines that are fit for 55% and for geothermal energy

PUBLISHED: June 3, 2021

Today EGEC sent a letter to the European Commission Executive Vice President on the European Green Deal, the Executive Vice President for A Europe Fit for the Digital Age and the Commissioner on Energy. This letter was asking for the implementation of a fair framework for State Aid, that allow European Member States to support the development of innovative technologies and the market uptake of geothermal energy, notably in the heating and cooling sector.

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Financing

Sustainable finance

EGEC reacted to the European Commission’s proposal to include gas for electricity generation in the EU Sustainable Finance Regulation

PUBLISHED: March 18, 2021

In its statement, EGEC strongly highlighted that fossil methane does not have a role in the EU’s Sustainable Finance Taxonomy Regulation.

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EU State Aid Control, Financing

State Aid

Recommendations on state aid support for innovative renewable energy technologies

PUBLISHED: March 2, 2021

The European Commission will review and update the EU State Aid framework for energy and environment by the end of 2021.

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EU State Aid Control, Financing

State Aid

State Aid guidelines

PUBLISHED: December 17, 2020

EGEC Members are invited to provide feedback by 07/01/2021 to the European Commission questionnaire on the review of the State Aid Guidelines. This questionnaire notably looks to identify the most relevant ways to direct state aid to the efficient market uptake of renewable energy technologies.

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Financing

State Aid

EGEC response to the call for contributions on Competition Policy supporting the Green Deal

PUBLISHED: November 23, 2020

EGEC welcomes the European Commission’s call to revise its competition policy that will support the successful implementation of the European Green Deal.

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Financing

Sustainable finance

EGEC key recommendations on the sustainable finance and geothermal energy

PUBLISHED: July 16, 2020

The sustainable finance regulation is a key opportunity to unlock the access to public and private finance for key renewable energy technologies, allowing the EU to implement its decarbonisation objectives. The implementation of the sustainable finance regulation, the establishment of a sustainable finance framework and the financing of sustainable investment however requires stakeholders to understand the needs of specific technologies that actively contribute to these objectives.

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Financing

EIB

EGEC’s inputs to the EIB Group’s Climate Bank Roadmap 2021-2025

PUBLISHED: July 10, 2020

The EIB Group has organised a second round of stakeholder consultation in order to collect more inputs regarding the Bank’s ambition to become the EU’s first Climate Bank.

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