REPowerEU

Latest Commission report shows EU risks being sidetracked from climate action

The EU has found itself overwhelmed by two simultaneous crises, and climate action is inevitably slipping off the radar. The…

Signal: EU green hydrogen target looks unattainable

Ambitious EU green hydrogen goals look increasingly unattainable, as a lack of demand provides limited incentive for hydrogen production, which,…

EU braces for ‘crucial’ revision of 27 national energy and climate plans

The EU’s 27 member states are due to submit updated plans on how they intend to contribute to EU renewable…

EU must pick up speed on climate action, net-zero watchdog warns

The pace at which the EU is transitioning towards a net-zero future is too slow to achieve its 2030 and…

Decarbonising the European energy system by 2050 is possible – Eurelectric

Decarbonising the European energy system by 2050 is possible, but only if policymakers act now, concludes a new Decarbonisation Speedways…

Europe’s energy crisis is not over

Last week, the European Commission took a well-deserved victory lap around Brussels on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of…

Europe: Why analysts are so worried about energy security next winter

Things looked bleak for Europe last autumn, with Russian President Vladimir Putin restricting natural gas exports to the continent, and…

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…