No fossil, no nuclear fuels for Slovenia after 2050

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The national Slovenian parliament has announced to publically disclose the views and opinions of a variety of Slovenian stakeholders and members of Parliament regarding the future Energy strategy for Slovenia until 2030/2050.  The Slovenski E-forum, a NGO based in Slovenia concerned with energy policies, will present a vision for an energy self-sufficient Slovenia which will comprise a 100% renewable energy target for 2050. …continue reading →

December 19, 2014   No Comments

We are still waiting for 100% Renewable Energy

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While delegates are negotiating until late hours in Lima, we already know that the past two weeks signal an important shift in fighting climate change: For the first time in 20 years of climate negotiations, governments at the UN climate summit in Lima, Peru seriously discussed the need to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050. The phase out of fossil fuel emissions by mid-century was an idea that gained support from over 100 countries. …continue reading →

December 13, 2014   No Comments

E.ON follows people`s movement

E.ON CEO Johannes Teyssen at press conference

E.ON CEO Johannes Teyssen at press conference

Germany’s largest utility company announced its break up yesterday: In order to focus wholly on renewable energy, E.ON is spinning off its fossil fuel power plants into a separate company.  With the largest market share in the country, power supplier E.ON plans to create a new publicly listed company that would specialize in coal, gas and nuclear power generation, global energy trading, exploration and production. That leaves the company E.ON SE to concentrate on renewable generation, distribution network and providing customer solutions.

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December 2, 2014   No Comments