Broad European coalition for 20 GW of offshore wind in Baltic Sea

Broad European coalition for 20 GW of offshore wind in Baltic Sea

01 September 2022 - The heads of government and energy ministers of eight countries bordering the Baltic Sea have...

Hungary to build Paks II nuclear power plant with Russia

31 August 2022 - Russian state-owned nuclear power company received the approval for the construction of two blocks at the Paks II nuclear power plant


EU governments preparing market reforms to decouple power prices from gas

29 August 2022 - Austria, Belgium, and Germany believe market reforms are inevitable to weaken the prevailing influence of gas costs on electricity prices


The Hague hopes to keep buying Russian gas after EU sanctions deadline

26 August 2022 - The Hague seeks a temporary exemption from the EU’s sanctions against Russia as it struggles to find a replacement for Gazprom’s gas


EU countries set aside EUR 236 billion in past year to offset energy crisis

25 August 2022 - Measures to shield businesses and citizens against the rising energy prices range from tax breaks to direct financial aid

Choose your favorites for European Sustainable Energy Awards – EUSEW 2022

25 August 2022 - Public voting is now open across four award categories: Innovation, Local Energy Action, Woman in Energy, and Young Energy Trailblazer.

France to introduce unprecedented measures to cushion energy crisis windeurope

France to introduce unprecedented measures to cushion energy crisis

25 August 2022 - The French government has made a move to have as many new power plants as possible in operation in the shortest possible time


Bulgarian gas thriller – between LNG tankers and payments in rubles

24 August 2022 - Bulgaria is looking to Azerbaijan and Turkey for additional gas supplies, as the caretaker government announces inevitable talks with Gazprom


Record electricity, gas prices: steady supply in the Balkans will depend on coal power plants

24 August 2022 - Power prices rose due to gas price hikes, prompted by Gazprom’s announcement it will suspend Nord Stream 1 deliveries for three days

heyden 4 coal power plant uniper restart

Germany’s Uniper to restart 875 MW coal power plant for 2022/2023 winter

23 August 2022 - Germany's Uniper is bringing the Heyden 4 coal power plant back on the market to help secure electricity during the upcoming winter


Germany still on the fence about full nuclear shutdown

22 August 2022 - Economy Minister Robert Habeck says delaying the planned nuclear power plant shutdown would be the wrong move

EU sacrifice Balkans secure resources its energy transition

Is EU to sacrifice Balkans to secure resources for its energy transition

18 August 2022 - The EU is lowering environmental standards for mining lithium and other materials for the energy transition, but the Western Balkans and other third countries are set to take an even heavier burden


Spain’s Iberdrola puts Europe’s largest solar power plant into operation

12 August 2022 - Iberdrola's solar power plant in western Spain has 1.5 million solar panels and an installed capacity of 590 MW


Drought lowers hydropower plant output in Serbia, Europe

10 August 2022 - The water flow in Serbia's hydropower system dropped by a half, increasing the need for electricity imports, but the situation is similar across Europe

Norway power export controls drought hydropower reservoirs

Norway to impose power export controls

09 August 2022 - Norway is preparing a framework for limiting electricity exports at times when the levels of water in hydropower accumulations are low

Siemens Gamesa world first offshore wind turbine recyclable blades

Siemens Gamesa installs world’s first offshore wind turbine with recyclable blades

09 August 2022 - RWE started to test a wind turbine from Siemens Gamesa with fully recyclable blades at its offshore project Kaskasi

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