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Europe’s largest ever cross-border power link to boost energy security
The UK and the Netherlands are set to be connected by a ‘historic’ clean energy line.
Solar is booming in the Balkans - but energy grids are unprepared
From North Macedonia to Bosnia investors are backing solar energy projects, despite distribution problems.
UK inflation is stubbornly high. How do EU countries compare?
Inflation remains above 10 per cent in the UK while it's in the single digits in the EU. Which countries are being hit the hardest?
G7 energy, environment leaders haggle over climate strategy
The talks in Sapporo will also focus on biodiversity loss and other global challenges. But climate change tops the agenda of the closed-door meetings.
Tesla to make 10,000 power-storage devices a year in Shanghai
US billionaire business magnate and Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, said on Twitter that the Shanghai factory will "supplement output of [the] Megapack factory in California."
EU and US pledge to reinforce energy cooperation ahead of next winter
While the EU went through these cold months without trouble, next winter might be more difficult.
Germany plans to cut energy use by 26.5 per cent by 2030
The draft law would apply to both private and public sectors.
EU extends 15% gas reduction plan until March 2024
Gas savings have become a powerful tool to fend off the worst effects of the energy crisis.
Russian gas transiting through Ukraine to reach EU countries: Naftogaz
Ukraine hopes to be able to boost domestic production of gas to completely severe the EU's dependence on Russian imports.
EU agrees to exempt e-fuels from 2035 ban on combustion-engine cars
The exemption was included at the behest of Germany, which mounted a last-minute campaign to spare e-fuels from the 2035 ban.
Winter is gone. But can we really say Europe's energy crisis is over?
Against all odds, Europe managed to fend off the worst-case scenario of the energy crisis, mainly thanks to savings and weather events.
Brussels bets on long-term contracts to reform EU electricity market
The proposed reform is a direct response to the energy crisis, which last year pushed electricity bills to record highs.
Nuclear power: Why is it such a divisive issue in Europe?
As Europe faces combined energy and climate crises, the role of nuclear power can be controversial.
Thousands in Chisinau protest against Moldova's pro-Western government
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.
Households across Europe struggle to pay bills as cost of living bites
Households across Europe are struggling to pay bills as the cost of living crisis bites and leads to street protests in many countries
Recovering wasted heat could cover EU's energy needs - Report
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.
The five major taboos the EU dared to break in one year of war
Since Vladimir Putin launched the invasion of Ukraine, the EU has taken decisions that were once considered off-limits.
Why did governments spend €900bn on fossil fuel subsidies in 2022?
The International Energy Agency has urged world leaders to spend money on clean energy solutions rather than fossil fuel subsidies.