Ten Initiatives To Minimize The EU’s Reliance On Russian Gas
The International Energy Agency has offered the EU with 10 steps to cut its reliance on Russian natural gas within a year without abandoning the European Green Deal's environmental ambitions. The EU will have to walk a tightrope to do…
The EU preparers contingency plans in the event of a disruption in Ukraine’s energy supply
In the wake of Russia's aggression in Ukraine, Brussels is looking at ways to secure Europeans' homes, businesses, and borders from the resulting energy crisis. According to the Monetary Instances, EU officials are debating contingency plans to deal with rising…
Wind and solar power in the EU aren’t doing enough to mitigate global warming since coal use continues
According to research, new renewable energy deployed in the EU last year primarily replaced expensive gas power rather than more polluting coal, but still fell short of what is required to minimize global warming. According to Ember, a London-based NGO,…
Fury as the EU pushes on with plans to classify gas and nuclear as “green”
The European Commission is facing a strong reaction over proposals to enable gas and nuclear projects to be labeled as "green," with Germany's economics minister leading the campaign against "greenwashing." The EU executive has been accused of attempting to bury…
Germany appreciates the EU’s Green gas energy strategy but remains opposed to nuclear power
Germany praised the European Union's intention to classify some natural gas energy projects as "green" investments on Sunday, but expressed resistance to a proposal to do the same for nuclear power projects. Germany turned down three of its final six…
The EU has a framework in place for the decarbonization of the gas market
On Wednesday, the European Commission proposed a new framework for the EU to decarbonize its gas market by increasing the use of renewable and low-carbon options such as biomethane and hydrogen. "With today's ideas, we're laying the groundwork for a…
The EU has issued a warning about fuel poverty as a result of rising energy prices

According to EU Labor Commissioner Nicolas Schmit, the number of individuals unable to heat their houses this winter is anticipated to grow. Heating expenses are skyrocketing due to rising global energy prices. The European Union’s Labor Commissioner, Nicolas Schmit, warned…

Ten EU countries have called for nuclear power to be included in the taxonomy

Nuclear energy must be included in the European taxonomic framework by the end of this year, according to a joint piece published in various European media yesterday by energy and economy ministers from 10 EU member states. Nuclear energy is…

The EU has unveiled a toolkit to combat rising energy prices

The European Commission has proposed a package of policies to help EU member states maintain low fuel and energy prices. On Wednesday, the European Union offered a slew of alternatives for members to address the issue of rising energy bills.…