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EU lawmakers to block ‘green’ investment label for gas, nuclear
European Union lawmakers will attempt to block a plan to label gas and nuclear energy as sustainable investments as Europe wrestles with reducing its carbon dioxide emissions to address climate change.
Iran, Tajikistan discuss energy ties development
Iranian and Tajik officials discussed the expansion of energy cooperation between the two countries on the sidelines of the 26th International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition of Iran (Iran Oil Show 2022) in Tehran.
Germany to reject EU green investment label for nuclear power
Germany will oppose European Union plans to include nuclear energy as a sustainable investment in its "taxonomy" policy for labelling green investments, the government said on Monday.
NIOC, Gazprom agree to broaden coops
Managing director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and top managers of Russia’s Gazprom Company emphasized on expansion of cooperation in the energy field.
Solar rooftops, manufacturing to get boost under draft EU plan
The European Commission hopes to jumpstart a large-scale rollout of solar energy and rebuild Europe's solar manufacturing industry, as part of its bid to wean countries off Russian fossil fuels, a draft document seen by Reuters showed.
Iran ready to meet part of energy demand in Europe: VP
An Iranian vice president said the country will be ready to supply part of Europe’s energy needs if governments in the region commit to long-term contracts and avoid seeking third party intervention.
Iran issues building permits for 4GW of solar power plants
The Iranian Energy Ministry has issued permits for construction of 4 gigawatts (GW) of new solar power plants in the country.
European Commission analyzing higher 45% renewable energy target for 2030
The European Commission is assessing whether the European Union could achieve a higher target of a 45% share of renewable energy by 2030, instead of its proposed 40%.
Iran to launch new power plants to catch up with demand
Iranian Energy Ministry plans to launch several new power plants within the next two months to catch up with an increasing demand for electricity that could create a shortage of 10 gigawatts (GW) over the peak summer days.
Investors urge governments not to ditch climate for energy security
Asset owners managing more than $10.4 trillion have urged governments not to let worries about security of fossil fuel supplies impede the transition to greener energy needed to limit catastrophic climate change.
Saudi/Kuwait infringement on Iran’s energy rights and UK’s role
The recent decision by Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to develop the Durra offshore gas field which Iran calls Arash has revived a longstanding dispute on how to share the resources of the reservoir in the Persian Gulf.
Wind energy needs dramatic increase to hit net-zero goals, new report says
The wind energy sector had its second-best year in 2021 but installations will need to dramatically increase going forward to keep track with net-zero goals, according to a new report from the Global Wind Energy Council.
Green Energy for Future Generations conferred in Tashkent forum
On March 24-26, the Tashkent International Investment Forum (TIIF) is being held in the capital of Uzbekistan.
Iran launches futures contracts at Energy Exchange
Iran has launched its futures contracts for the naphtha and methanol trades for the first time in the history of its energy exchange market.

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