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Europe's energy crisis
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Von der Leyen opens the door for EU cap on gas prices but with caveats
EUROPE'S ENERGY CRISIS
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Greece-Bulgaria gas pipeline begins operating to cut Russia dependency
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen heralded the new pipeline as a "game changer" at an inauguration ceremony in Sofia.
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Locals in the German town of Feldheim have worked together combining green and renewable energies to make their town entirely energy auto sufficient.
Record inflation in Europe: How does each country compare?
Eurozone inflation hit a new record in September of 10%, driven by the cost of living crisis. Here's what the picture looks like across Europe.
EU approves mandatory energy savings and cap on company revenues
EU energy ministers approved on Friday a plan of power savings, a cap on excess market revenues and a levy on surplus profits.
German Christmas markets are being asked to dim the lights this year
Switching off Christmas lights could help save energy as well as protect the environment, nonprofit Deutsche Umwelthilfe says.
Norway and Denmark tighten energy security after pipeline 'attack'
The European Union has also vowed to retaliate for any attack on Europe's energy networks.
Energy crisis: 15 countries call for EU price cap on all gas imports
France, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Greece are among the signatories asking for the unprecedented measure.
Norway-Poland Baltic Pipe opens in move to cut Russia gas dependency
The pipeline carrying gas from the Norwegian shelf is central to Poland's plan to diversify away from Russian supplies that began years before the invasion of Ukraine.
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Europe's energy crisis and the multi-billion euro buried treasure
Could Gronnigen's multi-billion hidden treasure be the answer to Europe's looming energy crisis? Extraction on gas fields has been put on hold by the government due to 2100 recorded earthquakes which have severely damaged houses.
UK reverses fracking ban in England to secure energy supply
The British government lifted a 2019 moratorium on fracking in England, authorising the controversial gas extraction practice as an energy crisis deepens.
EU should be 'very careful' about capping gas prices: German minister
In an interview with Euronews, Anna Lührmann said an EU-wide price cap on gas imports could endanger the bloc's security of supply.
Spain attracts those looking to beat the cost of living crisis
More and more Belgians, Britons and Germans are emigrating to warm countries to escape huge utility costs. Thousands of people have settled in Spain, but there are also many who work remotely and move only during the winter, attracted by the climate and the quality of life.
VIDEO: Ukraine features heavily in State of the EU speech
The European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen had Ukraine at the centre of the State of the Union speech in Strasbourg.
Brussels unveils measures to capture energy profits but delays gas cap
The European Commission is still studying the potential risks of a broad cap on all gas imports entering the bloc.
EU energy ministers move closer to price cap on all gas imports
EU member states endorsed four of the five measures proposed by the European Commission and invited the executive to propose a price cap on all gas imports.
Solar power set to relieve thousands of Belgian low-income households
The project is being carried out by a Belgian cooperative made up of 62 social housing companies in the region of Flanders.
Energy ministers discuss savings and caps to curb power prices
A proposal to establish a price cap on Russian gas has become divisive and is likely to be discarded.
A record 12.2% of the EU’s electricity came from solar this summer
Eighteen countries in the EU saw record shares of their electricity generated by solar power this summer.
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?
Olaf Scholz loses his cool as German energy debate gets heated
The main opposition leader accused Scholz and his coalition of failing the German people amidst an energy crunch and soaring inflation, sparking an angry reaction.
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.
The Global Energy Crisis And Polish Coal
As winter looms, coal is expensive and scarce in the Polish city of Walbrzych and illegal mines have sprung-up.The government has made 2.4 billion euros of financial aid available. But critics say the money should be prioritise the poorest families.
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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.
Soaring energy bills: Does it help to run appliances at night?
"Time of use" tariffs are specific pricing plans for energy use, aimed at encouraging consumers to use electricity at times when it is cheaper.