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THE NORTH SEAS COUNTRIES MINISTERIAL MEETING
The countries of the North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) - Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden,
the Netherlands, Norway and the European Commission on behalf of the EU - have renewed their Political Declaration and deepened cooperation to meet the ambitious offshore wind 2030 - 2050 targets.
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THE 2021 STATE OF THE ENERGY UNION REPORT
The Commissioner for energy Kadri Simson presented the State of the energy union report to the European Parliament. The report looks back at a number of significant steps towards delivering the European Green Deal, which happened in the course of last year. The renewable energy market has shown to be resilient to the effects of the pandemic. To increase EU energy independence, we need to keep investing in renewable energy sources, but we also need to do more to decrease our dependency on fossil fuels.
COMMISSION WELCOMES APPROVAL OF 10 EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIPS TO ACCELERATE THE GREEN AND DIGITAL TRANSITION
The Council of the European Union gave today its green light to the Single Basic Act, a regulation aimed at facilitating the launch of 9 new European Partnerships, namely ‘Joint Undertakings’, between the European Union, Member States and/or the industry, to deliver innovative solutions in Europe for global health, technology and climate challenges.
COP26: PARTECIPANTS RECOGNISE NEED FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEM TO ENSURE GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY AND ACHIEVE CLIMATE OBJECTIVES
On 5 November 2021, countries participating at the COP26, as part of the discussions on agriculture, agreed on the need for a transition towards sustainable and climate- resilient food systems, taking into consideration the vulnerability of agriculture to the impacts of climate change.
THE 2021 STATE OF THE ENERGY UNION REPORT
The Commissioner for energy Kadri Simson presented the State of the energy union report to the European Parliament.

The report looks back at a number of significant steps towards delivering the European Green Deal, which happened in the course of last year.

The renewable energy market has shown to be resilient to the effects of the pandemic.

To increase EU energy independence, we need to keep investing in renewable energy sources, but we also need to do more to decrease our dependency on fossil fuels.
READ MORE