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Munich-based drone startup Lilium is now seeking regulatory safety approval for the all-electric vertical take-off and landing passenger taxis, a world first... Read more

GAZ-SYSTEM signed an agreement for co-financing the Baltic Pipe construction works as part of the EU's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) with the Innovation and Network Executive Agency. The signing ceremony in which a subsidy of nearly €215-m... Read more

The European Union has been preparing for a possible trade war with the US in the ongoing dispute over Boeing subsidies. This week, the European Commission published a preliminary list of US products amounting to almost $20-billion (€17.7-billion). Read more

Nord Stream 2 has filed the third application in two years for a gas pipeline through its territory in waters to the south of the island of Bornholm, which is located between Sweden and Poland in the Baltic Sea, close to the Polish border... Read more

Following negotiations that have been "difficult", in the words of EU Council President Donald Tusk, the EU-China summit held in Brussels this week has concluded with a joint statement saying that both sides would “establish a political mechanism... Read more

At today’s CECE press conference, the European association of construction machinery manufacturers made it clear that 2018 was the strongest year for the construction equipment sector after the economic crisis. Releasing today a special video-... Read more

In a deal worth "hundreds of millions of euros", Italian-American car manufacturer Fiat Chrysler is pooling its car fleet with Tesla in a bid to avoid large fines from the European Union according to a report by the Financial Times. Read more

"China and Europe are both partners for win-win economic cooperation and contributors to world peace and stability," wrote Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in the German newspaper Handelsblatt ahead of a summit this week aimed at solidifying ties... Read more

A research project which aims to harness the wasted solar energy absorbed by buildings has been launched by a consortium of 13 partners – including AkzoNobel. Read more

Stephen Phipson, the CEO of Make UK, the manufacturers' organisation in the UK, has written an open letter to Prime Minister Theresa May and the Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn calling for the revocation of Article 50 if the government is... Read more

European Commission antitrust regulators have informed BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen of its preliminary view that the companies have breached EU antitrust rules from 2006 to 2014 by colluding to restrict competition on the development of technology... Read more

Energy transition represents a truly "remarkable opportunity" and Spain will play an important role in bolstering the EU's potential for renewable energy, said King Felipe VI of Spain during his keynote speech at the WindEurope conference in Bilbao. Read more

The European Union has launched two World Trade Organization disputes against India and Turkey, respectively targeting unlawful import duties on ICT products and pharmaceuticals. Large economic interests and important legal principles are at stake... Read more

The controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, which was set to start pumping 55 billion cubic metres of gas between Russia and Germany by the end of the year, has hit a setback after Denmark's Energy Agency (DEA) requested the company... Read more

Under rules provisionally agreed by the European Union, all new vehicles sold in Europe could be fitted with Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) by 2022. ISA is a speed limiting technology that inhibits a car's speed in compliance with local limits. Read more

The EU Parliament has approved new rules to create a Europe-wide market for cleaner electricity that is more competitive and better placed to cope with risks. Read more

The EU has been urged to remove ExxonMobil's lobbying access following the US oil giant's failure to attend a court hearing into climate change denial. If the high-level vote, expected by the end of April, is successful, it would make ExxonMobil... Read more

The European Commission has released €750-million in funds for Europe's cross-border clean energy infrastructure projects. Providing support to the construction of necessary infrastructure is part of the Commission's energy policy priorities of... Read more

On the same day that UK Prime Minister Theresa May returned to Brussels to ask for an extension to Article 50, the clause in the EU's Lisbon Treaty that allows to country to leave the bloc, Make UK, the manufacturers' organisation, released a... Read more

A study published recently by Navigant on behalf of the Gas for Climate consortium has found that renewable gas has a huge part to play in the EU's future plans to decarbonise. The study serves as an expanded version of a previous study published... Read more

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