British reliance on importing French power has increased by almost a quarter during 2018 in further evidence of Britain’s energy
Russian gas exporter Gazprom has signed a protocol with Turkey for the land section of the TurkStream pipeline to bring
Spring is a time of new beginnings. For those hoping Europe can curb its Russian gas habit, the earlier-than-planned inauguration
The European Commission has issued new guidance to help member states during the planning phases of renewable energy projects. The
Hydrogen produced by surplus wind and solar energy could be cheaper than natural gas by the 2030s, a study claims.
Essen-based energy company Innogy says a proposed deal by its parent RWE and rival Eon to break up the German
The French state-run utility EDF (Electricité de France) is adapting to a market where wind and solar costs have fallen
Environmental activists have demonstrated outside a meeting of EU energy ministers in Sofia to call on governments to stop restricting
The resurgence of U.S. oil and gas production in recent years has been nothing short of staggering. In 2013, the
Norway’s parliament has voted to adopt reformed European Union energy rules despite the objections of some centre-left parties. The move
Scientific researchers for the EU have studied the feasibility of linking the power grids of Europe and China, in order
Poison, cold weather, and natural gas: three things that Europeans would probably wish that they didn’t receive from Russia. Last
European Commission’s vice president for energy Maroš Šefcovic has said he will push for continued support for renewables in negotiations
Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are restoring bilateral ties in a process that could revitalise energy supplies in the former Soviet states.
A German deal to split Innogy between RWE and Eon could create a model for European utilities that includes the