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'Wave of poverty' expected to hit Brussels in winter, says expert
Rising energy bills are expected to hit the poorest most hard later this year.
Soaring energy prices: How does the UK compare with Europe?
The UK's energy bills will jump by 80% a year from October. But how do Britain's prices compare with the rest of Europe? Who in Europe is paying the most? Who is paying the least?
Energy crisis: Six things you need to know about the EU's gas storage
Gas storage has emerged as a national security priority to prepare countries for a total suspension of Russian supplies.
Von der Leyen unveils five proposals to curb rising energy prices
The European Commission's president proposed a price cap on Russian pipeline gas and a plan to save electricity during peak hours.
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Cost of living crisis: What energy prices does the EU want to cap?
Member states are discussing a proposal to partially capture the excess revenues made by renewable and nuclear energy.
Brussels mulls price cap on renewables and nuclear power to curb bills
The exceptional measure should be accompanied by an EU-wide plan to reduce electricity consumption.
Spain to cut VAT on gas to help with soaring prices
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says the measure will come into force from October until December but could be extended.
Energy crisis: How a Dutch market sets Europe's gas prices
All eyes are on the Title Transfer Facility, where gas prices have been breaking records on a daily basis.
Von der Leyen calls for 'emergency intervention' in electricity market
Amid record-breaking gas prices, the European Commission president said the current market rules are no longer "fit for purpose".
Europe's gas prices have broken a new record. How high can they go?
The latest announcement from Gazprom sent gas prices to an all-time high, raising the alarm across the continent.
European nations scramble to help households with soaring energy bills
Europe is facing a sharp rise in power bills driven by skyrocketing gas prices.
Explained: What is Gazprom and what makes it so powerful?
The energy giant has an exclusive monopoly to export Russian pipeline gas.
Tieless Pedro Sánchez asks Spaniards to ditch the tie to save energy
The Spanish PM showed up tieless to a press conference and asked his fellow Spaniards to follow suit.
Inflation across the eurozone reaches new all-time high of 8.9%
Core inflation, which excludes volatile items like energy and food, stood at 4%, the highest figure since the euro was created.
All you need to know about the EU's 15% gas reduction plan
The plan could introduce mandatory rationing across the bloc if Russia totally cuts off gas supplies.
Energy ministers reach deal on EU-wide gas reduction plan
Member states rushed to secure exemptions to the target to reflect national circumstances, like LNG availability.
'A total mess': Opposition mounts against the EU's gas reduction plan
Southern countries argue the European Commission's proposed plan is disproportionate and unfair.
Nord Stream 1 restarts with fears of reduced capacity
Natural gas has started flowing through a major pipeline from Russia to Europe after a 10-day shutdown for maintenance, but the gas flow is expected to fall well short of full capacity.
Energy crisis: Brussels calls on member states to cut gas use by 15%
The aim, the Commission said, is to safeguard supply to households and essential users like hospitals and key industries.
Nord Stream to resume gas flows after 10-day maintenance
Two sources confirmed the information to Reuters, amid fears of an imminent total suspension of Russian gas supplies.
Analysis: How Czechs see the start of their EU Council presidency
Euronews correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon reports on her trip to Prague as the Czech Republic takes over the EU Council presidency this month.
Austria to take EU to court over 'greenwashing' of gas and nuclear
The Austrian environment minister said that "several other states have been very critical of, and very vocal also, in their criticism on the delegated act and so we will also look for further allies in the lawsuit."
France could cut electricity to some companies over energy disruptions
"Let's prepare for a total cut-off of Russian gas. This is now the most likely option," France's economy minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday.
Which EU countries have been cut off from Russian gas?
Over the past months, Moscow has totally or partially cut off the gas supply to several EU member states, a radical attack that hurts both the European and the Russian economies.
MEPs back EU plan to label nuclear and gas investments as 'green'
Shouts of "traitors" and jeers could be heard as the result of the vote was revealed.
Why move to label nuclear and gas as 'green' is so controversial
The plan, known as taxonomy, aims to make it clear to investors what can legitimately be called green.