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Gas shortage emergency 'would push Hamburg to ration hot water'
Germany has already called on citizens and companies to cut back on energy use amid concerns over supplies from Russia.
Austria to reopen closed coal power station despite climate goals
The Mellach power plant is based in the south of the country.
EU leaders fail to agree on price on gas but vow to continue talks
Italian PM Mario Draghi didn't manage to advance his proposal for an EU-wide limit for soaring gas prices.
Germany moves closer to rationing gas after Russia cuts supplies
The government said the decision to raise the emergency level to “alarm” — the second in a three-stage process — follows Russia's move to cut deliveries by 60%.
EU energy: What countries will fill the gap left by Russian gas?
Russia has begun to cut gas supplies to several EU countries in retaliation for Western sanctions.
View: Ukraine’s green hydrogen can replace Russian fossil fuels
As Europe weans itself off of Russian fossil fuels, Ukraine is offering a solution that would also help to rebuild its economy.
Germany steps up calls to save energy as Russia reduces gas supplies
German is stepping up its appeal to residents to look for ways of saving energy, after Russia's Gazprom announced significant cuts in natural gas deliveries to the country through a key pipeline.
MEPs strike down EU plans to label nuclear and gas as green investment
The objection will be put before the whole plenary in the first week of July. If the hemicycle replicates the outcome of the committees, the Commission’s plan will be officially scrapped.
UK and Dutch governments approve new separate North Sea gas projects
European nations are scrambling to tap new sources of natural gas to relieve them of supplies from Russia.
Explained: Why an EU embargo on Russian gas might be a long way off
Many EU leaders want to cut off Russian gas, but say they just can't see it happening.
Explained: What is LNG and why does the EU want so much of it?
The bloc wants to wean itself off Russian gas using this liquid alternative, which is costlier but more flexible.
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Explained: Why higher gas costs lead to higher food prices
The connection partly lies in fertilisers, which require a great deal of gas to be produced.
Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'
The cutoff is not expected to have any major immediate effect and there would be no disruption to customers, Finnish authorities said.
View: We need to keep oil and gas out of climate policy discussions
Chloé Mikolajczak explores how the European Commission has prioritised the fossil gas industry’s advice on the energy crisis above all else.
'Historic day': EU sets mandatory gas storage level for winter supply
EU member states will need to have their gas storage facilities filled at 80% capacity before next winter, according to a new draft law.
Five things to know about EU's big plan to cut Russian fossil fuels
The European Commission has unveiled an ambitious plan which will require an extra €210 billion in investments by 2027.
Greenpeace activists hang anti-war banner on Finnish power firm's HQ
Fortum's subsidiary, German-based Uniper, is one of the biggest importers of Russian gas to Europe. Eight activists hung the colourful banner emblazoned with a peace symbol, the Greenpeace logo and the phrase: "Stop fuelling war!" in Espoo, Finland.
Any EU state could be next victim of Russian energy cuts — Commission
The European Commission is due to publish proposals on a potential Russian oil embargo, following a meeting of energy ministers in Brussels.
How do we boost Europe's wind sector and meet EU climate goals?
With new EU initiatives increasing the wind power targets to be met by 2030, there is a huge discrepancy between current wind power production and the EU's goals. How Europe will face up to the challenge is to be discussed in a new Euronews Debate.
Spain reassures Algeria after threat to cut natural gas supplies
Algiers had threatened to suspend supplies of gas to Spain if they were diverted to Morocco or a "third destination".
How will Bulgaria cope without Russian gas?
Bulgaria received the vast majority of its gas supply from Russia and is now turning to Greece. Will it be enough?
Poland and Bulgaria could manage without Russia gas but not for long
Gazprom's decision to switch off the taps won't hit consumers just yet but industries in Poland and Bulgaria are likely to be hit.
EU blasts 'blackmail' as Russia cuts gas tap to Poland and Bulgaria
Ursula von der Leyen called Gazprom's decision "yet another attempt by Russia to use gas as an instrument of blackmail" while Charles Michel said it was an "aggressive unilateral move by Russia'.
Italians banned from overusing air con in a bid to save energy
‘Choose peace or air conditioning’ says Italian PM in the latest move away from Russian gas.
EU sees a way to pay for Russian gas without breaching war sanctions
Russian president Vladimir Putin had decreed in March that all payments for oil and gas must be made in roubles after the West imposed sanctions.
German Easter peace marchers agonise over sending weapons to Ukraine
Some worry that traditional calls for disarmament may be inappropriate when Ukrainians are defending their homeland against Russian aggression.