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Monthly Electricity Statistics

Monthly Electricity Statistics

Thursday, 16 de June de 2022

The latest IEA's Monthly Electricity Statistics report including March 2022 data shows that: In the OECD, total net electricity production reached 899.1 TWh in March 2022, up by 2.2% compared to the same month last year; Electricity from renewable sources increased by 2.0% on a year-on-year basis; and Electricity production from fossil sources amounted to 440.8 TWh in March 2022, up increased by 5.1% on year-on-year basis. 

Monthly Oil Statistics

Monthly Oil Statistics

Thursday, 16 de June de 2022

The latest IEA's Monthly Oil Statistics report including March 2022 data shows that for: Total OECD production of crude oil, NGL and refinery feedstocks increased by 3.0% in March 2022 compared to March 2021; Refinery gross output of total products grew by 7.4% on a year-on-year basis; and Net deliveries of total products grew in March 2022 compared to March 2021 (+4.0% y-o-y).

Monthly Gas Statistics

Monthly Gas Statistics

Thursday, 16 de June de 2022

The latest IEA's Monthly Gas Statistics report including March 2022 data shows that for Total OECD the production of natural gas increased by 2.1% compared to March 2021.Moreover, imports of natural gas were 0.6% higher on a year-on-year basis, and total OECD exports increased by 3.0% in the same period. Furthermore, gross consumption of natural gas increased by 0.6% in March 2022 on a year-on-year basis.

Factsheet on Clean Energy

Factsheet on Clean Energy

Friday, 3 de June de 2022

Ending the EU’s reliance on Russian fossil fuels will require a massive scale-up of renewables as well as faster electrification and replacement of fossil-based heat and fuel in industry, buildings and the transport sector. The clean energy transition will help over time lower energy prices and reduce import dependency. The Commission is proposing to increase the EU’s 2030 target for renewables from the current 40% to 45%. 

Factsheet on Energy Savings

Factsheet on Energy Savings

Friday, 3 de June de 2022

Saving energy is the cheapest, safest and cleanest way to reduce our reliance on fossil fuel imports from Russia. We can all easily be involved reducing our energy consumption, from consumers and businesses to all industrial sectors. Together with energy efficiency measures, our individual actions will have a positive impact on prices - directly reducing our energy bills, making our economy more resilient and accelerating EU’s clean energy transition.

Commission (Eurostat) publishes 2022 report on Sustainable Development Goals in the European Union

Commission (Eurostat) publishes 2022 report on Sustainable Development Goals in the European Union

Monday, 23 de May de 2022

The data included in the report show that the EU has made progress towards most goals over the last five years, in line with Commission's priorities in key policy areas such as the European Green Deal, the Digital Strategy and the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan. While progress towards reaching some goals was faster than for others, movement away from the sustainable development objectives occurred only in few specific areas.

Bioeconomy strategy development in EU regions

Bioeconomy strategy development in EU regions

Thursday, 19 de May de 2022

This publication is the final report of a study aiming to map and analyse the deployment of strategies related to the bioeconomy at regional level in the EU-27. The findings show that 194 regions in the EU-27 (NUTS 1, NUTS 2 or NUTS 3 level) have, or are working towards, a strategic framework related to the bioeconomy. Of these, 28 regions have fully dedicated bioeconomy strategies, while another region is elaborating such a strategy. 62 regions have strategic frameworks with a strong bioeconomy focus, with another 7 regions elaborating such a strategy. 

Recovering critical and other raw materials from landfills and mining waste

Recovering critical and other raw materials from landfills and mining waste

Friday, 6 de May de 2022

There's untapped potential to extract strategic raw materials from mining waste and landfills in Europe, according to a new report from the JRC. To enhance the development of these practices, the report presents information on the policy context, and the latest knowledge and technologies in use – identifying good practices and challenges to be overcome. As well as being essential to industry, raw materials permeate our daily lives and livelihoods. 

United Nations science panel issues starkest warning yet to urgently cut global emissions

United Nations science panel issues starkest warning yet to urgently cut global emissions

Thursday, 5 de May de 2022

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published its latest report, setting out the action we need to take to put a brake on global warming, avoid irreversible impacts on our planet and meet the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C by the end of this century. With the contribution of hundreds of the world’s top climate scientists, the report on mitigation of climate change shows that, despite growing warnings, global emissions of greenhouse gases continue to rise.

"ReShaping Plastics"

Wednesday, 20 de April de 2022

Plastics Europe, the voice of plastics producers in Europe, has welcomed the new independent report "ReShaping Plastics: pathways to a circular, climate neutral plastics system in Europe". The partnership supports the report's core findings that faster systemic change and stronger and more effective collaboration, between all parts of the European plastics ecosystem and policy makers, are essential.

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation reports on specific and urgent actions needed to meet flexible packaging goals

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation reports on specific and urgent actions needed to meet flexible packaging goals

Wednesday, 20 de April de 2022

A new report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation emphasises its position on single-use flexible packaging: elimination first, upstream innovation second, and widescale investment in collection, sorting and recycling infrastructure where this is not yet possible. The report covers the “urgent actions” required by both businesses and policymakers to facilitate the transition to a circular economy for flexible packaging – with an intensification of measures needed across the flexibles value chain if it is to meet some of the targets already set.