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49 news items of Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
Ed Nijpels appointed as climate table quartermaster Bonaire
Climate change has global effects, but certainly in the Caribbean Netherlands the impact of climate change is large and directly ...
Government takes measures against possible oil shortages caused by sanctions against Russia
The government has a strategic oil stock that will provide 90 days of domestic consumption. That means that the stock of oil is ...
Groningen gas field on the back burner in October
All wells to remain open for the sake of flexibility
Cabinet takes energy security measures
Gas Protection and Recovery Plan (BH-G) triggered Urgent call to save energy and national energy saving target Output restriction ...
Government announces halt to energy purchases from Russia by the end of the year and measures to fill gas storage facilities
The government is seeking to wind down the Netherlands’ dependence on coal, oil and gas from Russia as quickly as is practicable ...
Government earmarks €5 billion for sustainable economic growth and future prosperity
The government will invest €5 billion, with an extra €1.3 billion in reserve, in a total of 28 projects aimed at achieving ...
Package of measures to cushion the impact of rising energy prices and inflation
The government is introducing measures to cushion the impact of rising energy prices and persistent inflation on low- and ...
Foreign investment in the Netherlands stabilized in 2021
The Invest in Holland network, and the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA), which represents the national government as ...
Evening closures prolonged, primary schools to shut a week early before Christmas
The number of new coronavirus cases is still very high and there are still many COVID-19 patients in hospital. But the surge in ...
Evening closures and stricter measures during the day
The number of people testing positive for coronavirus has never been as high as during the past few weeks. Access to healthcare ...