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Ukraine paying the price of EU's energy dependency on Russia | View
"At the start of March, as Russian troops destroyed Ukrainian cities, the EU was paying Russia around €800 million a day for gas — drastically undercutting the economic impact of Western sanctions and funding the war."
Analysis: How the EU's gas addiction is helping Russia's war machine
In little over a month since Russia invaded Ukraine, the EU spent more than €21 billion on Russian fossil fuels, including €13 billion on gas, according to the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).
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Europe's week: Ukraine remains in focus as Brussels hosts summits
US president Joe Biden was in the Belgian capital to try and demonstrate the West's unity.
EU leaders rebuff Spain's pleas for reforms to curb electricity prices
The European Council only gave Spain and Portugal permission to introduce a price cap on electricity.
Germany wants to stop using Russian coal by the end of the year
Germany plans to become independent of Russian coal by the fall and nearly independent of Russian oil by the end of the year.
Brussels aims to coordinate gas purchases in bid to lower costs
There are currently 160 storage facilities in the EU that are around 26% full.
Brussels mulls Russian oil embargo in new sanctions round
Russian provides more than a third of EU imports of petroleum products and 40% of all EU imports of natural gas.
EU leaders meet in Versailles to discuss Ukraine war and gas imports
The informal gathering will focus on plans to rapidly slash the EU's gas imports from Russia.
EU will slash imports of Russian gas by two thirds by 2023
Brussels aims to replace the supply with LNG from countries like Qatar and the US.
Ireland smashed records for wind power in February, report reveals
Records have been broken but to meet climate targets, more wind power is needed.
EU slowly becoming more powerful, says former WTO chief
Pascal Lamy was speaking to Euronews about the sanctions imposed by Brussels on Russia.
These are the 7 Russian banks banned from SWIFT – and the two exempted
Member states could not reach consensus to sanction Sberbank and Gazprombank, which handle energy payments.
EU to urgently link electricity grid with Ukraine's
With Russia supplying 40 per cent of Europe's gas, ministers are now looking for alternatives to increase the independence of the energy grid.
Fighting for democracy is worth higher energy prices, says Timmermans
The war in Ukraine will lead to higher energy bills for Europeans, but they must resist to ensure democracy prevails, the EU Commission's Frans Timmermans tells Euronews
Energy prices surge as Ukraine crisis deepens
Oil prices surged nearly 5% and stock prices dropped after Russian President Vladimir Putin recognised the independence of rebel-held regions of Ukraine on Monday evening, raising fears that a full-scale invasion was near.
Europe looks for alternate gas solutions but could it be left in cold?
The continent is largely reliant on imports of gas to meet its energy needs.
Meet the men redesigning the battery to make it more sustainable
Aceleron claims to have designed the world’s "most sustainable" lithium-ion battery; one that is reusable, repairable, and recyclable.
Five charts to explain Europe's energy price crisis
The price of natural gas is six times higher than last year, with the costs driving up overall inflation in Europe.
Wooden batteries are hitting the market
The future of the world’s batteries could be hiding among our trees.
Energy bills to rise €833 for average UK households
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak says the government will set aside more than €10 billion to support customers.
Why is the EU's green label for nuclear and gas so controversial?
The bloc's taxonomy classification system for sustainable financing is being called into question over fears of greenwashing.
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Turning up the heat on Europe's fuel poverty crisis
In this episode of Real Economy the team focuses on what's being done at EU level to tackle Europe's rising energy poverty crisis.
Europeans are demanding the right to clean, affordable energy | View
The Right to Energy Forum, Europe's biggest summit on energy poverty, begins next week and could not be more urgent. Kieran Pradeep of Friends of the Earth Europe explains what's at stake.
Energy giants Total and Chevron leave Myanmar over human rights abuses
Total and Chevron said that the abuses had worsened since the military overthrew the civilian government in a coup last February.
Sweden to help households as electricity prices soar over 266%
Some 1.8 million households are affected, the government said.