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Crowds gathered in the streets of Chisinau to protest against Moldova's pro-Western government. Local authorities say demonstrators were coordinated by pro-Russian oligarchs.
EU moves ahead with plans to buy gas jointly and secure lower prices
The first joint purchases are expected to take place in the summer in order to fill underground gas storages.
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Households across Europe are struggling to pay bills as the cost of living crisis bites and leads to street protests in many countries
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The report published by engineering company Danfoss says that Europe could save up to €67bn by 2050 if it captured excess heat.
Gas consumption in the EU drops by almost 20%, overshooting target
The EU argues gas savings are the most powerful tool to mitigate the worst effects from the ongoing energy crisis.
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Since Vladimir Putin launched the invasion of Ukraine, the EU has taken decisions that were once considered off-limits.
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The International Energy Agency has urged world leaders to spend money on clean energy solutions rather than fossil fuel subsidies.
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London eyes up 'lights out' rule for skyscrapers at night
The initiative will “cut light pollution and save energy”, promised the City of London Corporation, the financial district governing body.
Brussels recommends EU-wide exit from controversial energy treaty
France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Poland are among those who had advocated an exit from the contentious agreement.
In data: How is the climate crisis changing Europe?
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Kyiv Zoo keeps Tony the gorilla warm despite daily power cuts
Berlin Zoo has managed to raise €400,000 in contributions from well-wishers to send generators to its Ukrainian counterpart.
This mega lab can create weather to test energy efficiency in homes
The lab was created to help builders and scientists find the best way to improve energy efficiency in homes.
Scientists have found a way to bend lightning to their will
Laser technology could help protect large areas like airports and rocket launch pads from the devastating power of lightning.
Gas pipeline explosion in Lithuania being investigated
An explosion in a gas pipeline in central Lithuania sent flames fifty metres into the air on Friday and forced the evacuation of a nearby village
Gas pipeline explodes in Lithuania on day marking USSR independence
250 people have been told to evacuate from a village in northern Lithuania, according to the country's media.
Watch: Police clear climate activists from German village
Police pressed ahead Thursday with the clearance of a condemned village in western Germany, where activists are vowing to hold out against its demolition to make way for the expansion of a coal mine.
German police start removing climate activists from Lützerath
Several hundred climate activists tried Tuesday to prevent heavy machinery from reaching an abandoned village in Germany that is due to be cleared for the expansion of a coal mine as police pushed back protesters and removed roadblocks ahead of a possible clearance this week.
Europe's gas prices reach pre-war levels amid unusually warm weather
Balmy temperatures have tamed consumer demand and avoided the need to tap into underground gas storage.
Finland opens floating LNG terminal to replace Russian gas
Like many countries in Europe, Finland is looking to liquified natural gas to replace the main pipeline gas it used to receive from Russia.