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2022-01-21
Bioenergy wants more biodiesel embedded in fuels
By the third quarter of 2021, waste had already weighed 60% on biofuel production and advanced waste contributed 10.4%.
2022-01-21
Setúbal foresees renewable energy projects in the order of 35,5 M€
The partial suspension of the Municipal Master Plan enables the implementation of two projects for the production of renewable energies.
2022-01-20
Austria, Denmark, Spain and Luxembourg challenge European Commission taxonomy
Group of four countries considers that "the Commission's proposal jeopardises the energy transition in the European Union globally and endangers taxonomy by classifying nuclear energy as sustainable"
2022-01-20
Renewable energy accounted for 75% of the electricity generated by EDP in 2021
This was achieved with the contribution of wind production, which increased by 5% compared to 2020, mainly driven by Europe and Brazil.
2022-01-20
"Linha da Frente": Construction of photovoltaic plants
It's been one of the government's bets on the energy transition. But in Santiago do Cacém, in the Alentejo, the population is against the construction of two large photovoltaic plants.
2022-01-20
"Sacrifice Zone"
1244 hectares is the expected size for the future solar plant of São Domingos and Vale de Água, in the municipality of Santiago do Cacém.
2022-01-20
Culatra 2030
In the Algarve, the first ecobairro Portuguese. The project, supported by the EC, began in 2019 in a partnership between the inhabitants and researchers of the University of the Algarve.
2022-01-20
Nuclear energy. The alternative to renewable energy?
Despite its decades of existence, nuclear power continues to arouse fears among the population and to be at the center of controversy - especially after Chernobyl and Fukushima.
2022-01-19
The production costs of Green Hydrogen
Currently, hydrogen production from non-renewable sources remains more cost-competitive.
2022-01-19
Portugal is the fifth EU country to consume the most renewable energy in 2020
With a share of 22.1%, the European Union (EU) has exceeded the 2020 gross final consumption target of renewable energy, set at 20%. Portugal had a 34% share, exceeding its national target.