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Sweden to help households as electricity prices soar over 266%
Some 1.8 million households are affected, the government said.
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Two chimney towers and a boiler house at a decommissioned coal-fired power plant in Australia were demolished on Wednesday.
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From how we heat them to the appliances within them, our homes contribute a lot to our environmental impact.
Thousands protest in Barcelona against electricity price hike
Consumer prices in Spain are rising by the highest rate in almost 30 years, fueled by the soaring electricity costs on international markets.
High European gas prices could last through winter, expert says
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EU calls for relief funds to help consumers hit by energy prices
France and Spain have led the charge for new rules governing EU energy markets as the price surge ramps up utility bills.
EU divided over response to soaring, 'unbearable' energy prices
Economic and finance ministers met in Luxembourg, laying bare intra-EU divisions.
Bitcoin has already used more energy this year than during all of 2020
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Spain to cut energy taxes amid anger over soaring electricity costs
PM Pedro Sánchez said that his government intends to scrap a 7% tax on power generation, among other measures.
Thanks to one amazing man, a Malawian village finally has electricity
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Hydrogen power could provide a third of the UK’s energy by 2050
A world-leading hydrogen economy is being touted as the answer to the UK's emissions problems but experts question if it will help the country reach net-zero.
EU electricity demand back up but with fewer emissions, study shows
Renewables accounted for significantly more electricity generated in the first six months of this year compared with the first half of 2019.
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This backpack harvests wasted energy from human movement
Walking while wearing it can power small electronic devices like a watch or torch.
Most of Europe's electricity came from renewable sources in 2020
Solar and wind power are helping green energy to grow in the EU.
The power of energy: How dancing and walking can light up a city
These two men created the first ever sustainable dancefloor.
Temperature regulating curtain keeps rooms at 25°C
The 'intelligent' curtain design was invented by two students in Berlin and could save you money on heating bills.
Europe now gets 21% of its electricity from solar and wind
Globally 10% of all energy was produced by solar panels and wind turbines in the first half of 2020.
Double sided solar panels have arrived and they’re 35% more effective
The team of scientists also looked at how moving to follow the sun could help solar panels to produce more energy.
Coronavirus crisis fast-forwards green energy 10 years into the future
Electricity use has decreased meaning that wind and solar sources are more than capable of keeping the lights on.
Common electric car emissions myth busted by new study
In countries where fossil fuels still generate the most electricity, is ditching petrol still a green option?
Guatemalans transform old bikes into machines
A group of Guatemalan indigenous people have turned old bicycles into machines that help to protect the local environment.
Which countries in Europe are paying the most for household energy?
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South Australia unveils world's largest lithium-ion battery to feed it
The world's biggest lithium ion battery, built by Tesla, has been switched on to help solve South Australia's chronic power problems.
Warning about risky home appliances
Lawyers who represent victims of faulty products are sounding the alarm in the UK