Energy economics

Greece doubles renewable energy capacity in four years

The development of cross-border interconnections that make Greece an energy hub for Southeastern Europe was highlighted by Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy Alexandra Sdoukou in her address at the ministerial Conference of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday and Tuesday in Paris.

Bucharest hosting the high-level renewables investment event Energy Week Black Sea

On 6-8th February, the international renewables investment conference Energy Week Black Sea will take place in Bucharest, Romania.

The burgeoning allure of the Romanian market to renewable energy investors is steadily ascending, serving as an eminent focal nexus for the entire region in its collective journey towards the transformative embrace of sustainable energy.

Economic program to help green transition: Şimşek

The government's medium-term program attaches great importance to structural transformation as well as ensuring macro financial stability, Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek said, adding establishing financial discipline will make it easier for Türkiye to achieve its goals in green and digital transformation.

Over 20 nations call for tripling of nuclear energy

More than 20 countries called for the tripling of world nuclear energy capacity at UN climate talks on Saturday as part of efforts to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

A declaration endorsed by nations ranging from the United States to Ghana to Japan and several European countries said nuclear energy plays a "key role" in reaching the goal of carbon neutrality.