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The ‘Iberian exception’: A success story?

Thursday 15 December marked six months since the introduction of a mechanism to cap wholesale gas prices in Spain and…

Gas in Australia: The elephant in the room

Since swooping to power in late May, the Anthony Albanese-led Labor government in Australia has moved quickly to implement key…

Emergency EU energy measures held hostage by gas price cap dispute

When Spain's energy minister entered the EU Energy Council in Brussels on 24 November, she left little doubt on how…

The French-Spanish ‘BarMar’ pipeline will do little to address the energy crisis in the short-term

After several months of deadlock, the leaders of Spain, France and Portugal agreed on 20 October to move ahead with…

Bulgaria’s stalled energy transition

Bulgaria has had a summer of extreme weather, with floods in the central part of the country forcing hundreds to evacuate…

Weekly data: Japan eyes return to nuclear power

More than a decade after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japanese policymakers are shifting their stance on nuclear power. Japanese Prime…

TES, E.ON and ENGIE to manage Germany’s new LNG floating storage unit

The German government has commissioned the Belgium-based green hydrogen company Tree Energy Solutions (TES), German electric utility E.ON and French…

Two years on: How Energy Monitor is documenting the race to net zero

As European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen unveiled fresh proposals to combat the energy crisis on 14 September, around…

With gas storage nearly full, EU prepares more emergency measures for winter

­Having spent the past two months injecting storage sites with natural gas, EU countries on 9 September asked the European…

Weekly data: South Asia suffers from climate change but sticks to fossil fuels

Pakistan is experiencing a record monsoon season that has displaced at least 30 million people. More than four million Bangladeshis…