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The European Commission has unveiled new plans to promote "low-carbon gasses" and allow joint procurement of supplies.
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North Macedonia's government said it would provide emergency funding for state companies to import the necessary fuel.
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A combination of market, geographic, and political factors have coalesced into a perfect storm, threatening to derail the economic recovery and hurt household incomes.
Spain presses Algeria to guarantee natural gas supply
A spike in energy prices across Europe is hitting the Iberian peninsula hard and driving up electricity bills for homes and businesses.
Moldova gets first non-Russian gas delivery amid energy crisis battle
The delivery came four days after the eastern European country declared a one-month state of emergency to secure gas supplies amid a crisis over rising prices.
EU countries dismiss Spain's calls for energy market intervention
Spain has been pushing for a change in the current rules to decouple the prices of electricity and natural gas.
9 EU countries say no to market reform to tackle energy crunch
Led by Germany, the nine countries argue the current energy crisis is temporary and the existing rules are the most competitive and efficient.
Moldova's parliament declares state of emergency over gas crisis
Moldova has declared a state of emergency to secure gas supplies amid a crisis over rising prices.
More EU citizens being 'pushed' into energy poverty amid crisis
Stefan Goemare from energy poverty organisation Samenlevingsopbouw says he is seeing more people struggling to pay their bills.
French PM pledges cash to help drivers cope with rising energy prices
An estimated 38 million French citizens will receive a €100 check starting next month to help them cope with rising energy prices, PM Jean Castex has said.
Energy-intensive industries want 'compensation' for green transition
Peter Claes, President of the IFIEC (International Federation of Industrial Energy Consumers) Europe told Euronews that companies that use a lot of energy to make their products are bearing the brunt of increased energy costs, despite acting to reduce their carbon footprints.
Europe's energy crisis: EU 'too reliant on gas', says von der Leyen
The European Commission President said that a speedy transition to clean energy would make the EU less reliant on natural gas imports.
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.
High European gas prices could last through winter, expert says
Euronews spoke to research fellow Nicolò Rossetto about the energy crisis in Europe.
Beirut in the dark as power plants run out of fuel
Lebanon's two main power plants were forced to shut down after running out of fuel plunging the country into darkness on Saturday. Lebanon is grappling with a crippling energy crisis made worse by its dependency on fuel imports.
This recyclable wind turbine will be a TV in 30 years
The world's first recyclable wind turbine blade has been invented, making wind turbines fully recyclable for the first time.
EU calls for relief funds to help consumers hit by energy prices
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World's longest undersea power cable linking Norway and UK switched on
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