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Energy crisis: Soaring electricity prices strain European industries
The biggest cement plant in Spain could stop its activity due to the dramatic increase in electricity prices.
Brussels mulls EU-wide gas reserve to prevent energy price volatility
The European Commission has unveiled a series of short-term measures to palliate the ongoing energy crunch, together with proposals for the long haul.
European electricity companies return to coal as gas prices soar
"The electricity transition is happening but not with the urgency required: emissions are going in the wrong direction."
How widespread power cuts are pushing Lebanon towards solar power
Due to the worsening economic crisis, Lebanon has been grappling with total blackouts. The precarious electricity supply has accelerated a shift to solar power.
Europe is now home to the world’s longest undersea electricity cable
This is a chance for the two countries to share renewable energy for the first time.
German coal-fired power station partially destroyed
The 83-year-old plant has been demolished as part of Germany’s plan to stop using coal by 2038
Watch Swiss skydiver make first ever jump from solar-powered plane
Raphaël Domjan parachutes off an electric plane, freefalling several hundred metres at speeds of over 150 km/h.
Citroën sets a green example with launch of 100% electric car
The French manufacturer is leading the charge in the electric market, producing cars which generate zero emissions.
Serbia villagers rip out hydropower pipes
Villagers in Serbia ripped out hydropower pipes, claiming a new generating plant will wreck the river on which many livelihoods depend.
‘Liquid gold’: Stale beer turned into renewable energy in Australia
Did you know beer can be used to generate electricity?
World's largest all-electric plane generates zero carbon emissions
The new aircraft is "disrupting the transportation industry and accelerating the electric aviation revolution.”
World's largest solar project to provide record-low energy tariffs
A solar plant in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest anywhere in the world, with the cheapest prices for solar power.
Musk and Bezos feud goes electric with Amazon's answer to Tesla
With 14.7 billion tonnes of goods delivered every year in Europe, could electric, driverless vans be the future?
Scientists have worked out how to generate electricity from thin air
This new renewable energy generator takes moisture out of the air and turns it into an electrical current.
'It's been a blast': Detroit power plant demolished with explosives
It was blown up to make way for a Jeep factory.
Meet the man trying to fight the electricity crisis in Lebanon
In Lebanon, daily electricity power cuts are commonplace.
Kosovo blamed for slowing down Europe's electricity
Balkan generators led by Kosovo seek better infrastructure to feed juice into Europe's Interconnector grid, and are going slow until they get more EU investment, skewing clock times across 25 countries.
Israel restores power to Gaza
Electricity supplies were almost cut in half in June last year after the Palestinian Authority said it would no longer pay for the power in an attempt to force Hamas to give up control of Gaza.
Energy diversification in Madagascar
Authorities want to upgrade energy production and distribution in Madagascar, where less than one in five people have access to electricity.
Siemens to cut European jobs, expand UK site
Siemens plans to cut about two percent of its global workforce. The German industrial group said 6,900 jobs will go before 2020 at its Power and
Let there be light: Angola's electrification project
The economic potential of Angola has never been in doubt.
Tesla's Model 3: What to know about the affordable car
Tesla’s Model 3 officially began rolling off the production line Friday, July 7. The all-electric sedan is the company’s ambitious foray into the
Morocco: a business bridge to Africa
Morocco has been taking solid steps to apply its development strategy to improve its economic growth and presence in regional markets.
Puerto Rico power plant blaze plunges island into darkness
A fire at the main power plant on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico has left one and a half million people without electricity.
EDF approves controversial Hinkley Point nuclear reactors, UK government delays with inquiry
French energy firm EDF has given the go ahead for Britain's first new nuclear plant in decades despite warnings the project could bankrupt it, but the UK government has ordered an inquiry.
George brothers say portable wind turbine can be a game changer
Brothers Arun and Anoop George from Kerala, south west India, are hoping to revolutionise the renewable energy market with a small wind turbine that costs around $750 USD (670…