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IEA Global Hydrogen Report 2021: World needs decisive action to cut costs of low-carbon hydrogen production

07 October 2021 - Governments need to take decisive action to enable low-carbon hydrogen to fulfill its potential and help the world reach net zero emissions by 2050.

EU measures curb electricity gas prices

Here is how EU intends to curb impact of electricity, gas price spike

07 October 2021 - There are enough reserves for the winter and gas prices should decrease in spring, EU Commissioner Simson said and promised to ease the impact.

Electricity prices rockets 80 percent just in one day - from EUR 180 to EUR 320

Electricity price rockets 80 percent just in one day – from EUR 180 to EUR 320

07 October 2021 - The price of electricity on European power exchanges yesterday recorded an unprecedented rise of more than EUR 140 per MWh.

Putin blames speculators for gas crisis vows to boost supply

Putin blames market speculation for gas crisis, vows to boost supply

07 October 2021 - Prices of gas futures dropped by a third after Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country could deliver record amounts to Europe

Kosovo shelves US backed gas pipeline project

Kosovo* shelves US-backed gas pipeline project

05 October 2021 - After Kosovo* suspended a gas pipeline and power plant project, top officials claimed it could be revived if calculations show it is feasible

Serbia would buy 10 in any nuclear power plant in region

Serbia would buy 10% in any nuclear power plant in region

05 October 2021 - A severe crisis is looming due to the spike in energy prices, Vučić warned and revealed Serbia would "immediately buy" 10% in any nuclear plant in the region

BiH, Serbia announce 70-135 percent electricity price increase

Electricity price hike of up to 135 percent announced in BiH, Serbia

04 October 2021 - If new prices become reality companies will have to lower production, lay off workers, and to increase the price of goods and services.

EU help power consumers member states relief individually

EU to help power consumers as member states launch relief individually

30 September 2021 - While the EU is drafting measures to help poor households and small firms shoulder the spike in energy prices, member states have individual solutions

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Spain taxes renewables, nuclear power producers

28 September 2021 - Government rolled out a tax to mitigate the impact of the soaring electricity and gas prices on consumers.

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Fossil fuel firms sue countries over climate, environmental action

20 September 2021 - Fossil fuel companies are suing countries around the world, seeking more than EUR 15 billion in damages over climate, environmental action.

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Timmermans: energy price hikes should speed up green transition, not slow it down

17 September 2021 - Only about a fifth of the energy price increase can be attributed to the rising costs of CO2 emissions, while the rest is simply due to a market shortage, says the European Commission’s vice president in charge of climate issues.

CO2 tops EUR 60 for first time

CO2 tops EUR 60 for first time

30 August 2021 - Carbon permits reached almost EUR 61 per ton in the EU as power producers are struggling to obtain gas from Russia and wind has weakened

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