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Explosive traces found on yacht in Nord Stream sabotage probe
Mystery still surrounds who was behind the blast, which knocked out a vital gas pipeline between Russia and Europe.
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Europeans much less concerned about energy prices, new poll shows
Europeans seem to have moved on from the worst of the energy crisis.
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State of the Union: EU leaders digest mutiny in Russia
European leaders gathered in Brussels this week, just days after the short-lived rebellion by Wagner mercenaries.
'Bypass the system’: How people power brought solar to this UK street
These London artists raised €132,000 to bring solar power to their ‘delighted’ neighbours.
Energy security tops agenda at Kazakhstan's Astana International Forum
The question of energy security was actively discussed at the Astana International Forum. Kazakhstan, one of the world’s most important oil producers, is aiming to increase its supply to and influence over the energy market.
Is the energy crisis behind us?
As the war in Ukraine continues, Europeans are already looking ahead to the coming winter, keeping a close eye on their gas reserves.
The EU wants 'green' Azeri energy. Here's why it's controversial
‘Green’ Azeri energy isn’t a magic bullet for EU dependence on Russia, experts say.
Brussels urges EU countries to end energy support measures by year-end
The European Commission said on Wednesday that if energy prices were to flare up again, any support measures rolled out should be "targeted at protecting vulnerable households and firms."
EU platform to pool gas demand seeing 'remarkable success' - Brussels
Suppliers who took part in the first tender round offered more than 13.4 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas, higher than the 11.4 bcm requested by buyers. But the price is not yet known.
Rising prices fuel anger in Austria as inflation bites
The Austria government is under pressure to act as rising prices continue to erode living standards.
Divorce from Putin’s fossil fuels can't result in toxic EU-US marriage
We cannot let the continued energy crisis be used to further strip away any hope we have for stopping the worst impacts of climate change, Anusha Narayanan and Tal Harris write.
Turkish President back on TV after health scare
Two days after suffering a health problem live on air Turkey's President Erdoğan was shown alongside Vladimir Putin on TV, inaugurating a Russian-built nuclear power plant.
EU launches platform to pool gas demand in bid to lower prices
Several companies have already put in bids, an EU official said in the morning, just two hours after the platform was launched. The first deliveries are now expected to be carried out in late June or beginning of July.
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.
Why Finland’s new nuclear reactor is good news for electricity bills
Olkiluoto 3 is Western Europe’s first new reactor in over 15 years, launching hours after Germany shut down its last three plants.
Environmental NGO celebrates closure of three German nuclear reactors
The German government has dismissed calls for another last-minute delay of the long-planned shutdown of the country's last three nuclear power plants.
Nuclear reactors turned off for good in Germany despite energy crisis
The country is pulling the plug on its last three reactors on 15 April.
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 deal lays out ambitious renewables target - with some concessions
The EU Renewable Energy Directive agrees to double renewables by 2030. Here's what it says about nuclear, hydrogen and bioenergy.
How much are France’s striking energy workers costing the government?
In "a beautiful image" amid the power struggle, French electricians are cutting power to the rich and giving it to the poor.