Energy and environmental news from MLex provides insight on regulatory policies related to energy, climate change, the EU emissions trading system and related litigation. MLex reporters have deep relationships with EU and European national regulators; and monitor energy and environmental policies from pre-proposal thru to approval and any legal challenges. As a subscriber, you’ll gain a better understanding of the impact on energy regulation on companies, governments and consumer prices. The selected stories below represent some of the latest energy regulation news reporting from our journalists across the globe.
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World leaders' failure to agree on international commitments at the recent UN climate summit in Madrid may encourage the EU to beef up its policies and take a harder stance with its trade partners.
Italian state-backed energy giant Eni has been fined 5 million euros ($5.6 million) by the national antitrust regulator for a misleading marketing campaign for its "Diesel+" fuel, the watchdog said today, in the country's first-ever ruling against "greenwashing."
Short-haul airlines including Ryanair, EasyJet and Wizz Air could see regulatory risk emerge over the next year from an unusual place: a group of European students with no formal power but big climate ambitions.