Energiaklub to appeal against Paks II environmental license

On 29 September 2016 the environmental license of the Paks II project was released by the environmental authority, the Government Office of Baranya County. Energiaklub together with Greenpeace Hungary will appeal against the decision.

30 Sep 2016

Leaders' Summit Takes a Fresh Look at National Renovation Strategy Challenge

Energiaklub was invited to co-host one of the round-table discussions at the BUILD UPON Leaders' Summit in Madrid on 20-21 September, where 170 public, private and non-profit sector leaders from 25 countries came together. Over the two days participants took a fresh and more collaborative look at the challenge of designing and implementing the national building renovation strategies EU countries must deliver by April 2017. The Summit demonstrated that there is a now a thriving cross-sector...

21 Jun 2016

Green Public Procurement Award marks the highlight of the Green PROCA project on sustainable public purchasing

To mark the highlight of the four years project Green ProcA on green public procurement (GPP), the Conference and GPP Award Ceremony was held at the Climate Alliance Brussels Office on 15th June 2016.  

7 Jun 2016

Let's cooperate! Energiaklub is seeking project partnerships

Energiaklub is looking for partnerships in H2020, Interreg and other calls for proposals or EU tenders. In case your organization is planning to submit a proposal (or tender) in the upcoming weeks or months, please consider Energiaklub as a potential Hungarian partner, or as a subcontractor. We would be glad to work with you. 


Paks II could only operate with state aid

In November 2015 the European Commission opened an in-depth state aid investigation into Hungary's plans to provide financing for the construction of two new nuclear reactors in Paks. This gave interested third parties an opportunity to comment on the measure. Energiaklub has submitted its comments.

Planned Paks II nuclear power plant will go bankrupt without state aid - A business economics analysis

In the first twenty years of operation, the project company will need yearly 330 million EUR capital injections from public money to keep the project going, and pay-off is feasible only if wholesale power prices increase high above European expectations - that is the key finding of Energiaklub’s new study.

Sustainable Communities in Southeastern Europe

25 Feb 2014 - 9:30am - 4:30pm

Athens (Greece)

Being on halfway of our implementation, we organize a Mid- term event on 25, February 2014 in Athens.

Fuel poverty and energy savings consultation for private households - Lessons learnt around Europe

11 Feb 2014 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm


Invitation for free webinar about fuel poverty and solutions, lessons learnt of EC-LINC project.See detailes in attachement.