Tag: Greenpeace

Romanian coal-fired TPPs are obsolete and inefficient – Romania, 4 August 2017

An environmental organization Greenpeace said in a press release that in the next four years, thermal power plants in Romania will have to invest million of euros in order to modernize their flue gas purification systems, as it considers that all coal-fired TPPs in the country are obsolete and very inefficient. Romania has two large […]

Greenpeace, Energiaklub seek for NPP Paks upgrade environmental permit annulment – Hungary, 24 May 2017

Hungarian environmental organizations Greenpeace Magyarorszag and Energiaklub said that they have asked the court to withdraw the environmental protection permit awarded for the planned upgrade of the country’s sole nuclear power plant Paks. The two organizations said that the Pest County Government Office had turned down their earlier appeal against the project’s environmental permit, but […]

NGOs Energiaklub and Greenpeace appealed against NPP Paks expansion – Hungary, 18 October 2016

Environmental non-governmental organizations Energiaklub and Greenpeace have submitted an appeal against the environmental license for the project for the expansion of Hungarian sole nuclear power plant Paks to the National Inspectorate for Environment, Nature and Water. These two organizations explain that the environmental impact study, based on which the project should obtain the environmental license, […]