Campaigners angered after Country Specific Recommendations drop call for reform, but Commission says it is merely seeking to avoid duplication
The European Commission has been accused of taking a backwards step on tackling climate change by dropping a call for member states to reform fossil fuel subsidies months before world leaders are due to...
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Dr Rose Chard of the Energy Systems Catapult explores how to tackle the twin challenge of fuel poverty and heat system decarbonisation