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Brussels recommends EU-wide exit from controversial energy treaty
France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Poland are among those who had advocated an exit from the contentious agreement.
7 low-income families were given solar panels - here’s how they got on
Solar power isn’t just for “posh” homes. An expert shows how we can make the energy transition more accessible for everyone.
Green hydrogen plans in the pipeline for Germany
Germany is to join France, Spain and Portugal in an ambitious hydrogen project that could see greener gas generated using renewables piped from the Iberian peninsula.
Finland boosted its wind power by 75% in 2022
The renewable energy source is providing a significant lifeline during the current energy crisis.
This ‘artificial leaf’ can make hydrogen from sunlight and thin air
Scientists in Switzerland have designed a device that extracts water from the air and uses sunlight to turn it into hydrogen.
What are the risks of transitioning to ‘green’ hydrogen?
If hydrogen leaks into the atmosphere, the benefits of using it over fossil fuels could be completely wiped out, scientists warn.
EU strikes deal to break free of its dependence on Russian fossil fuel
The proposal, aimed at strengthening the EU's independence and autonomy in the energy sector, will enter into force at the beginning of the year, pending approval from the EU Council and EU Parliament.
UK’s first carbon capture plant could start pulling in CO2 by 2027
It was announced on the same day as a new coal mine was approved in England, but the technology is still unproven.
Hydrogen pipeline between Spain and France to be complete by 2030
Hydrogen pipeline between Spain and France to be complete by 2030 and cost €2.5 billion
Europe’s energy crisis is boosting green hydrogen. Is it the future?
The challenge of making hydrogen using only clean energies has long been to get the costs down to compete with fossil-based hydrogen. Then came the Ukraine war.
Insulate Britain celebrates win after government pledge
Four Insulate Britain activists are on trial today after blocking the M25 last year. But the group has celebrated a ‘civil resistance win.’
Stop fossil fuel firms suing countries in ‘secretive’ cases, urge NGOs
Almost 400 civil society organisations are calling for an end to the Investor-State Dispute Settlement system.
Everything we know so far about the COP27 deal emerging from Egypt
The draft cover decision has been released, but leaves many questions around loss and damage - plus a possible typo - unanswered.
Which European countries are leading on solar power?
Solar isn’t just for green fields. From roads to railways and reservoirs, here’s how Europe’s energy landscape is changing for the better.
New France & Spain pipeline unlikely to solve energy crisis - experts
The new pipeline project between France and Spain is unlikely to solve Europe's energy problems, experts told Euronews.
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Energy crisis: What’s the worst-case scenario for this winter?
From rolling blackouts to taking some industries offline, here are the worst-case scenarios governments are trying to avoid this winter.
What is the Energy Charter Treaty and why is it so controversial?
The ECT establishes a system of private arbitration that can result in multimillion euro compensations for fossil fuel companies.
France announces it will withdraw from controversial energy treaty
"The war on European soil must not make us forget our climatic requirements and our imperative to reduce CO2 emissions," Macron said.
This French start-up makes microbatteries the size of a breadcrumb
The microbatteries developed by ITEN are just a few millimetres thick and could be used across a range of consumer electronics.
Good news for Greece as renewables fully power country for first time
Solar, wind and hydro made up almost 50% of the nation’s power mix in the eight months to August this year.