Poland’s state-run gas utility PGNiG has signed a 20-year deal for US liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports and says it
French electrical agency EDF has said its much-postponed plan for a reactor in Normandy of the same kind as those
Carbon emissions from energy production are set to grow for the second year running as analysis by the International Energy
Spain has begun cutting government aid for the coal sector, saying it is backing a European Commission plan to prohibit
High gas prices across Europe have triggered a resurgence in electricity generation from coal as it becomes the cheaper option,
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What is the most dangerous nuclear power plant? Fukushima? Chernobyl? The answer is neither. It is the one closed prematurely.
Nord Stream 2, the proposed 1,230km pipeline that is due to carry natural gas from Russia to Germany’s Baltic coast,
Poland’s environmental reforms could prove counterproductive in one of Europe’s most polluted countries, according to environmental groups. The Energy Ministry
Polish President Andrzej Duda has told a conference in Australia that his government is working to diversify its energy supplies
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Poland’s power companies will have to sell all electricity they produce, except for green energy, on a power exchange to
Greece is attempting to move away from its heavy dependence on coal as George Stathakis, the minister of environment and
Spain’s minority Socialist government is struggling to balance its green ambitions with its support base in the coal-mining sector. The