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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…

Weekly data: How India’s appetite for cheap Russian oil could hamper its climate ambitions

Indian government officials have been quick to defend India's decision not to comply with Western sanctions against Russian oil, despite…

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…

A map of Ukraine’s power stations and energy grid

A slew of Russian missile and drone strikes have left millions across Ukraine without electricity, heating or water. Ukrainians are…

Moldova faces winter darkness as Russia weaponises energy

The Republic of Moldova faces rolling blackouts this winter. The country is already suffering an energy crisis and household energy…

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…

Opinion: Israel-EU gas contract could lessen suffering for Palestine

The EU is on the hunt for a viable replacement for Russian gas. Ramping up imports from existing suppliers like…

Aluminium production is critical for the energy transition but hamstrung by high electricity costs

The energy transition is driving a huge surge in demand for aluminium, but the industry is facing huge capacity constraints…

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…

EU leaders debate gas price cap as north-south energy rifts deepen

Prime ministers and presidents from the EU’s 27 countries are gathered in Brussels today for a summit that will focus…