Report: Domestic Landscape of Climate Finance: Why Systemic Approach to Climate Finance Matters

The required mobilization of funds urges for an improved coordination between all of the actors involved in the low-emission transition. It similarly demands a comprehensive knowledge base to address the systemic challenge of financing sustainable economic development. This report discusses matters of “climate finance” in Poland and their relevance for achieving the objectives set by the Paris Agreement.

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Landscape of Climate Finance: Promoting debate on climate finance flows in Central Europe


Briefing: A Just Transition of European Coal Regions: Assessing Stakeholder Positions Towards the Transition Away from Coal

This briefing offers a deep dive into the positioning of key stakeholders as well as opportunities and challenges for a transition away from coal in some of Europe’s most coal-dependent regions: Ústecký kraj (Czech Republic), Western Macedonia (Greece), Upper Silesia (Poland), Horná Nitra (Slovakia) and Obilić (Kosovo). It aims to serve as background for necessary political and policy decisions surrounding a phase-out from coal.

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


Report: The Political Economy of the Low Carbon Transition: Climate & Energy Snapshot Romania

This report by E3G studies the progress of energy transition in Romania. In concrete, national conditions, political system, and external projection are analysed.

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


Report: The Political Economy of the Low Carbon Transition: Climate & Energy Snapshot Bulgaria

This report by E3G studies the progress of energy transition in Bulgaria. In concrete, national conditions, political system, and external projection are analysed.

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


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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Titelblatt der Studie zu Emissionsreduzierung im ungarischen Transportsektor


Report: Emissions reduction strategies for the transport sector in Italy

The transport sector is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Italy. In contrast to other sectors, emissions in the transport sector are still slightly above 1990 levels. This trend needs to be rapidly reversed, given the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement and to mitigate the effects of climate change and global warming. The objective of this report is to show how Italy can decrease their transport emissions from a broad range of European and national measures.

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Delivering the EU-2030 and Long Term Climate Objectives in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, with a Specific Focus on Transport


Report: Good heating practices from Denmark and Germany – Conclusions for Poland

Changes in the heating sector are fundamental for the improvement of air quality in Poland. This report wants to contribute by analysing both the good as well as the bad experiences of Denmark and Germany.  The study shows the importance of long-term vision, specific aims and mechanisms motivating engagement and appropriate evaluation of environmental costs in this process.

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International Cooperation Forum “Clean Heat”


Report: Dobre praktyki ciepłownicze z Danii i Niemiec Wnioski dla Polski (Polish)

Changes in the heating sector are fundamental for the improvement of air quality in Poland. This report wants to contribute by analysing both the good as well as the bad experiences of Denmark and Germany.  The study shows the importance of long-term vision, specific aims and mechanisms motivating engagement and appropriate evaluation of environmental costs in this process.

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International Cooperation Forum “Clean Heat”


Report: Scenarijska analiza dugoročnog planiranja energetske potrošnje i dobave s posebnim osvrtom na elektroenergetski sustav (Croatian)

The document “Scenario analysis of a long term energy demand and supply with an emphasis on power sector” shows that a high share of variable renewable energy sources in a power sector, in combination with demand response technologies and regional electricity market, is possible for Croatia. EnergyPLAN was used in order to provide hourly simulation of energy system, while a detailed dispatch of power supply units was carried out with DispaSET model. The paper is available only in Croatian language.

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South East Europe Energy Transition Dialogue


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