In a resolution on the EU’s strategy for cutting methane emissions, MEPs voted 563 to 122 in favour of introducing binding measures and targets on methane abatement, in order to significantly reduce emissions by 2030, in line with Paris goals.
Growth is predicted to fall to 3.7% in 2022 and 3.5% in 2023 because of base effects, monetary tightening and more significant external headwinds.
Stork's Nest case to return to haunt outgoing premier as he heads for opposition benches.
President's doctors say he is unfit to perform his duties, which should make it easier for the opposition to take power.
Sale comes as speculation grows over potential part-disposal of Asian and Russian Home Credit operations in wake of death of founder Petr Kellner.
While the current gas crisis in the EU sees record-high wholesale gas prices, hurting consumers and causing the latest round of a supply disputes with Russia, the race to net zero by 2050 could have deeper long-term consequences for EU gas demand.
Andrej Babis says he would reject a potential offer from President Milos Zeman to form the new government.
PM says he has not yet decided whether to accept the nomination and he is ready to go into opposition.
Largest alternative energy supplier hands back its licence after energy price rise makes model uneconomic.
Annual CEE Strategic Transformation Index puts Slovenia top in CEE (after Austria), followed by Czechia and Poland.
EU’s pro-nuclear member states want nuclear energy to be included in the bloc's green taxonomy as a way to ameliorate climate change.
Inflation hits 4.9%, up by 0.8 percentage points month-on-month.
Czech Republic's dominant carmaker says it will significantly reduce or completely halt its production at all three of its plants from October 18 until the end of this year.
Milos Zeman's health problems could postpone creation of new government for several weeks – even if he does not try to create obstacles.
Billionaire populist Andrej Babis loses majority after his Social Democrat allies and the hardline Communists fail to enter parliament.
Czechs go to vote in what is set to be the closest election in a decade. The next government is likely to depend on how many and which smaller parties pass the 5% threshold to enter parliament.
Whoever wins the election, the energy lobby will continue to slow down the country's transformation to a carbon-neutral future.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis remains the bookie's favourite but the outcome will depend on which small parties get into parliament.
Country has almost 100,000 more vacancies than job seekers.
The Czech election is so tight that the Pandora Papers scandal could make the difference between the two opposition coalitions having the votes to form a government together or not.