29 March 2022 - Western Balkan countries will be able to join the European Union's platform for voluntary joint purchasing of gas and hydrogen.
25 March 2022 - The US said it would strive to ensure, with international partners, added LNG volumes for the EU of at least 15 billion cubic meters in 2022
24 March 2022 - The US president is expected to commit to extra volumes of LNG for Europe even though the global market is tied up in long-term contracts
23 March 2022 - The European Union adopted the fourth package of sanctions against Russia due to its military intervention in Ukraine
22 March 2022 - The EU wants to replace Russian gas fast, adding upward pressure on prices. Germany is in talks with Qatar for LNG, but so are Asian countries.
21 March 2022 - The Romanian government expects the measures to apply for 8 million electricity consumers and all gas consumers.
21 March 2022 - Albania extended a national holiday for a day as hydropower plants are struggling with a drought and power demand surpassed production
18 March 2022 - The Turkish government will launch a support scheme for farmers who want to install solar power plants, according to a local media report
11 March 2022 - The European Union is pushing to eliminate domestic demand for Russian fossil fuels, but it implies a reversal in coal plant shutdown plans
09 March 2022 - In the light of the energy transition, it could be a great push for renewables, but also a step back due to the expected increase in the use of coal power plants
08 March 2022 - The European Commission outlined a plan to make Europe independent from Russian fossil fuels well before 2030, starting with gas
07 March 2022 - The highest electricity price is in London, 43 eurocents per kilowatt-hour, and the lowest in Kyiv, 5.4 eurocents.
07 March 2022 - A delayed coal phaseout in some countries is possible, but green energy deployment must be accelerated, The European Commission's Frans Timmermans says
04 March 2022 - Experts say urgent measures can slash the need for gas in the EU as the European Commission is pushing for a reduction in reliance on Russian gas
03 March 2022 - The cost of carbon dioxide within the European Union's Emissions Trading System touched EUR 55 per ton this week in a sharp selloff
02 March 2022 - The government in Bucharest earmarked EUR 2.9 billion for mitigating the impact of electricity and gas price surge on citizens, institutions and firms