Climate and energy aid: new guidelines in force

EU countries can from now on more easily promote environmentally friendly technologies with state funds. The EU Commission formally adopted new state aid rules for the Climate, Energy and Environmental State aid guidelines (CEEAG) on Thursday, the Brussels-based authority announced. The rules are effective immediately. According to them, states can, for example, provide easier financial support for electromobility projects in the future. Environmentally harmful sectors that use fossil fuels, for example, are to receive less state money.

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