What is the COP? The ‘Conference of the Parties’ also known as COP, is the foremost and only platform where climate change and green energy policy is collectively decided globally. (1 & 2) First held in Berlin in 1995, COP remains the foremost global climate change conference and has been held annually. After 26 meetings
On the 2nd of November 2021 the Polish government formally adopted the “Polish hydrogen strategy until 2030 with an outlook until 2040”, which was subsequently published on the 7th of December 2021. More than two years in the making, this policy document defines main objectives of the development of a hydrogen economy in Poland and
How the new legislations are building the rising figure of the prosumer, considering all the three spheres of sustainability: society, economics and environment.
In March 2019, the ENVI (Environment, Public Health, and Food Safety) and PETI (Petitions) committees of the European Parliament (EP) held a joint public hearing on climate change denial(1). Mr Darren Woods, the CEO of oil and gas multinational corporation ExxonMobil, was invited to participate, having denied not only to appear himself but also anyone
Introduction The energy transition is reliant on the establishment of renewable energy (RE) targets. According to IRENA's 'Renewable Energy Target Setting' report (IRENA, “Renewable Energy Target Setting”), in 2015, a total of 164 countries worldwide have adopted at least one type of renewable energy target and have adopted support policies to address possible market failures, compared