The gas discovery off the coast of the Republic of Cyprus is threatening to intensify Europe’s longest-running territorial dispute as
Russian gas major Gazprom says it has agreed to buy two gas turbines from Siemens for installation at a power
The 2011 earthquake led to three meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, last week forced Eon and RWE into
Russian de-facto gas monopoly Gazprom is axing hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices and moving them
Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are restoring bilateral ties in a process that could revitalise energy supplies in the former Soviet states.
Cities account for 75 per cent of the world’s energy use and 76 per cent of carbon-dioxide emissions, and last
A German deal to split Innogy between RWE and Eon could create a model for European utilities that includes the
Oslo International Airport (pictured), which last year opened its new green terminal, says it is planning to build an entire
Cryptocurrency mining is legal in Europe and only subject to standard electricity rules, the EU’s digital economy commissioner has announced.
French nuclear power provider Areva say it has settled an ongoing dispute with Finnish firm TVO over the troubled Olkiluoto-3
Ukraine is to seize assets belonging to Russian gas giant Gazprom in the deepening legal dispute between the warring neighbours.
Nuclear fusion is becoming closer to realisation, according to a US initiative which says it will operate commercially within 15
The European Commission is unveiling its strategy for a financial system to support climate and sustainable-development goals. Asset managers and
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (Iter) project in France has warned that plans to build a nuclear fusion reactor in
Belgium has made iodine pills available free to its 11 million citizens in case of an accident at its ageing