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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.
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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
France and Spain have led the charge for new rules governing EU energy markets as the price surge ramps up utility bills.
Amid soaring prices, millions in Europe could struggle to heat homes
A 2019 report found an estimated 30 million people across Europe were affected by energy poverty,
World's longest undersea power cable linking Norway and UK switched on
"North Sea Link is a truly remarkable feat of engineering."
Price rises may mean 500k more will struggle to heat homes - charities
Nearly half a million people in the UK could have to decide between paying their energy bill or food as natural gas prices soar.
Over 2.7 million EU workers can’t afford heat, says trade union
Nearly three million working poor people in the EU cannot afford to turn on the heating amid a rise in energy prices, a new study has found. The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) said that 15% of the EU’s working poor lacks enough money
Energy crisis: UK looking at plans to bolster CO₂ supply
The food processing industry uses CO₂ to stun animals before slaughter and to keep food fresh during packaging.
Spain to cut energy taxes amid anger over soaring electricity costs
PM Pedro Sánchez said that his government intends to scrap a 7% tax on power generation, among other measures.
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Nuclear fusion is the process that is at work in the stars and sun. American scientists say they could be on the verge of harnessing it for clean energy.
Hydrogen power could provide a third of the UK’s energy by 2050
A world-leading hydrogen economy is being touted as the answer to the UK's emissions problems but experts question if it will help the country reach net-zero.
Committing to a just energy transition
How would you ensure that an energy business operating in over 60 countries and providing more than 30.000 jobs aligns with the world’s climate and development goals? Solid commitments and clear strategies play a key role.
Is green hydrogen Europe’s holy grail for a climate neutral future?
Low-carbon hydrogen could be the answer to Europe’s climate goals but experts say there’s still a long way to go.
The lawn-mowing sheep that work at a solar farm
These sheep are doing a shift by keeping the grass down and spreading seeds.
Energy-starved Rio favela enjoys solar panels on World Environment Day
Many poor neighbourhoods aren't properly connected to Brazil's energy grid, making electricity hard to access and expensive to connect to.
A policy framework for transport where all renewable technologies can compete fairly
Transport is a complex sector, which makes it difficult to decarbonise.
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Is sweat the new form of renewable energy we’ve all been waiting for?
Scientists are hoping to power wearable tech using a compound naturally produced by our bodies.
Carbon emissions on track for second-biggest annual increase ever: IEA
Energy-related demand for coal and natural gas is expected to surge this year as economies worldwide sputter back to life.
Orange is the new green as Seville turns to fruit juice for electricity
Waste fruit is used to power a water purification plant in the Spanish city
EU's new energy labels aim to cut consumer confusion
New energy labels began to roll out Monday, with the aim of helping consumers buy greener products and to simplify this choice.
COVID-19 pandemic 'risks undermining progress on energy poverty'
People losing their jobs and the need to heat homes throughout the continent's lockdowns are two key factors that are thought to have worsened the situation.
How can the EU Green Deal avoid 'frictions’ with other countries?
A new report has found that the deal is likely to have an adverse impact on the European Union’s trading partners.