How can Europe make a success of this green transition and build a more resilient, competitive and fair future? Here are ten key takeaways from the 2023 EnerGreenDeal Conference, where logos.BBE welcomed top EU leaders for a day of debate on the topic with the biggest names in the EU energy business.
The end of the road for internal combustion engines in Europe? All three EU institutions now seem to back up a historical decision for phasing-out petrol and diesel models by 2035. Here are the key milestones.
It happens thousands of times a day, on tens of thousands of vessels moving from port to port. The maritime shipping industry has been the backbone of globalisation. This brings us to the main question, what can be done to decarbonise the maritime sector.
Recently, more and more pledges on both sides of the Atlantic are vowing to not only revive EU-US cooperation but to elevate it to new heights, in many areas including in the fight against climate change. Cooperation will be necessary, as will competition.
Among its promising prospects, hydrogen could decarbonise energy-intensive industries. In this insight, we take a closer look at how it could become an alternative to gas or a solution for storing renewable energy.
The butterfly effect signals that a small change can lead to substantial differences. Recently, a wild animal in the Chinese town of Wuhan, possibly a pangolin, just reminded us of how potent the effect can be. The pandemic that resulted from the transmission of a wildlife virus to a human being has already taken 350,000 lives.
The European Commission is moulding the European Green Deal further into shape. On 11 March 2020, it presented the new Circular Economy Action Plan, a year after the completion of its celebrated predecessor. How will it affect the construction sector?
On 11 March 2020, the European Commission presented its much anticipated new Circular Economy Action Plan. In this insight, we take a closer look at what this will mean for the batteries sector, including against the backdrop of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
On 4 December, our team launches and facilitates the first OpenEu breakfast discussion with Mr Ignacio Garcia Bercero, DG Trade Director for Multilateral Affairs, Strategy, Analysis, Evaluation and representatives of industry and trade associations.
On 4 April, logos facilitated the General Assembly of RECHARGE, the European Association for Advanced Rechargeable Batteries.