REPowerEU

One-third of EU nations have not introduced any measures to reduce energy demand

Efforts by European governments to reduce EU energy demand have been insufficient and inconsistent, finds new analysis by the European…

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…

Europe on the brink of ‘disastrous’ deindustrialisation – MYTILINEOS

The loss of Russian fossil fuels from Europe’s energy mix following the Ukraine War has increased energy prices tenfold in…

Expect a “seismic shift” on energy efficiency – Jessica Stromback, CEO of Joule Assets

Buildings are in the spotlight as the EU contemplates a long, hard winter on the back of an energy price…

EU nations ditch a third of fossil-fired electricity plans

EU nations have cut their plans for fossil-fired electricity by a third as they look to cleaner and more secure…

Opinion: REPowerEU cannot decide if it is a climate or fossil plan

The European Commission has unveiled its €300bn plan for kicking the EU’s addiction to Russian fossil fuels, issuing legislative proposals…

Market design matters in the REPowerEU push to electrify

REPowerEU is poised to propel member states rapidly and resolutely towards greater energy security through measures that include an intensified…

As Ukraine war rumbles on, EU looks to turn energy promises into actions

In the week after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it seemed like every department in the European Commission pivoted to working…

How can the EU end its dependence on Russian gas?

European gas supply is at a crucial juncture, with EU member states having to decide whether to reject or comply…

What will an EU embargo on Russian oil mean?

After weeks of painful deliberations, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has finally unveiled her proposal for an EU…