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Networking European Climate Action

In March 2019 the 2nd EUKI Networking Conference took place in Berlin. Participants exchanged views on environmental protection in the EU.

EUKI Webinar on Climate-Aligned Financing

3rd webinar by EUKI Academy focussed on climate-aligned finance. Alexandra Novikova and Andreas Schneller gave insights about their EUKI projects.

European Climate Initiative (EUKI) launches third call for project ideas

The German Federal Environment Ministry is launching the third call for project ideas under the European Climate Initiative (EUKI), running from 1 March to 12 April 2019.

The publication aims to explain what EU’s new renewable energy legislation means. It shows how EU legislation can help to remove barriers to community and citizen renewable energy.


EUKI Press Review 2/2018

The European Climate Initiative (EUKI) regularly produces a press review, which reflects the international reporting on the financing programme of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and on the work involved in the projects. The selected articles are derived from submissions by project-implementing organisations and from in-house research. The second edition covers reporting from July to December 2018.

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Report: Myths and facts about deploying renewables in the power systems of Southeast Europe

This study collects the most important myths about renewables deployment in the countries of South East Europe. It explains in a fact-based manner the advantages of renewables and shows how renewables integration into the SEE power systems can be successful and benefits of low-cost renewables can be reaped.

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South East Europe Energy Transition Dialogue


Discussion Paper: A Just Transition for All or Just a Transition

The discussion paper raises the question what might a global Just Transition that keeps 1.5°C within reach look like. The authors argue that four aspects need to be considered. A transition is only just if it is a Just Transition for all. A transition is only just if it is fast enough to keep 1.5°C in reach. Just Transition debates are needed in all sectors of the real economy and finance. Climate ambition and Just Transition are not a question of either/or.

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Accelerating the Energy Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe and Learning from the German Experience


Report: Funding the Just Transition to a Net Zero Economy in Europe: Opportunities in the Next EU Budget

The next European Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF) has the means to underpin Europe’s support to help achieve a just transition to a net zero carbon economy. This report aims to assess the Commission’s recently released sectoral proposals for the period 2021-2027. It explores the contribution of several instruments – Cohesion Policy Funds, European Social Fund Plus, InvestEU, Horizon Europe and European Globalisation Adjustment Fund – to the just transition agenda. It also identifies options for the EU regulator to better align funds with this agenda.

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Accelerating the Energy Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe and Learning from the German Experience


EUKI Press Review 1/2018

The European Climate Initiative (EUKI) regularly produces a press review, which reflects the international reporting on the financing programme of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and on the work involved in the projects. The selected articles are derived from submissions by project-implementing organisations and from in-house research. The first edition covers reporting from January to June 2018.

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