Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
More about this topic
Why selling solar power from EU homes is about to get easier
More about this topic
EU countries split on upcoming electricity market reform
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands called on Monday for "targeted adjustments". Spain, however, is backing a "fundamental reform".
UK energy company BP's profits double in 2022
British energy supermajor BP has reported record annual earnings, fueling demands that the UK boost taxes on companies benefiting from the surge in energy prices.
Europe's energy crisis is now hurting France's national treasure
The French government has announced emergency measures to save traditional bakeries from closing due to high costs.
Zelenskyy asks G7 for gas and weapons as allies meet to provide aid
Dozens of countries and institutions meet in France on Tuesday to consider urgent help for Ukraine to maintain water, food, energy, health and transport through the winter.
People mark Christmas season with nativity scenes and lights
From Christmas trees at the Vatican to nativity scenes in Bethlehem, holidaymakers are starting to celebrate the Christmas season.
Europe's largest energy storage facility begins operations in Belgium
The 40 lithium-ion mega-batteries ensure stable energy distribution from the public grid when wind or solar power inputs fluctuate.
Europe’s first local energy community is saving residents money
Citizens from the village of El Realengo in the Spanish province of Alicante aren’t afraid to turn on the lights thanks to the local areas energy community. It’s installed solar panels on derelict land, which now satisfies 50% of the village’s energy needs.
What lessons can Europe learn from Iceland’s electric car boom?
In only five years, Iceland has become one of the world’s leaders in the EV sector. Can the rest of Europe follow suit?
EU's drive towards electric cars faces difficult road ahead
Cars using internal combustion engines will no longer be sold in Europe after 2035.
Rising production costs puts the squeeze on Europe's bakers
Whether it's the local family bakery around the corner or the huge industrial-scale bakeries, skyrocketing bills are an existential threat. Euronews speaks to bakers in the Netherlands, Romania, and Italy to find out more.
'The house was shaking' says Lviv resident after new Russian airstrike
The massive wave of Russian airstrikes on 15 November hit critical energy infrastructure and residential areas.
France's ageing nuclear fleet paints bleak picture for now and future
France has 56 reactors, the most out of any European country.
Are electric cars still cheaper to run than petrol and diesel?
The short answer is yes. But there are big differences from one country to the next.
EU countries still split by 'different views' on gas price cap
EU countries want to make sure a gas price cap would not threaten the security of supplies or lead to an increase in gas consumption.
Storm Fiona batters Canada's east coast
After battering the Caribbean, hurricane Fiona was downgraded to a storm and it made landfall on Canada's east coast early Saturday morning bringing down electricity pylons and damaging homes.
Apathy and anxiety among crowds in Rome as snap election looms
"I have no expectations," said one voter. "I feel hopeless. I don't know who I can vote for. Everyone promises something but these promises never materialise. It is very difficult."
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.
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.
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.