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Malmö, has 560 kilometres of bike lanes. Smart housing, renewable energies, and clean transport, and the city has been exploring all avenues of the sustainable economy since the 1970s oil crisis. Do they hold the answer to the climate and energy crisis?
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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.
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Denmark and Germany approve Baltic Sea wind hub to offset Russian gas
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The sun is blasting western Europe as extreme temperatures grip the region - and yet solar panels cannot make the most out of it.
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Energy in Angola: growing all sources for an energy-secure future
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EU energy plan: cut Russian fossil fuels, speed up green transition
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