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Companies Call for Energy Rationing
EDF, TotalEnergies and ENGIE have said energy price hikes “threaten political and social cohesion”
“Nord Stream Reductions Will Increase Energy Prices Further”
Reduced gas flows via Nord Stream poses risks to European gas storage refill, according to a new report.
UK’s Ofgem Proposes New Rules to Protect Customers Amid Soaring Energy Prices
Britain's energy regulator on Monday proposed new measures to protect consumers' money and prevent energy suppliers from charging high direct debit payments, a …
Offshore Wind Power
Reflections on the UK’s Energy Strategy
After Ofgem announced a 54% hike to energy price cap which took effect on April 1, the sound of the UK Government’s new energy strategy landing on desks acro…
Which Businesses Are the Worst Hit by Soaring Energy Prices?
Aviation, shipping and chemical industries will be the first to be hit hard by the soaring energy prices.
Germans Tackle Energy Crisis With €9-A-Month Transport Tickets
A new government scheme offers unlimited travel on all local and regional public transport
UK Energy Price Cap Expected to Rise by 42% In October
Billpayers in the UK have seen the energy tariffs rise faster than ever before.
Shell Posts Record Profit on High Energy Prices and Trading Boost
Shell reported on Thursday a profit of $9.13 billion in the first quarter, its highest ever, boosted by higher oil and gas prices and a strong performance of it…
Offshore Wind Power
Energy Prices to Remain Significantly Above Average up to 2030 and Beyond
Research from Cornwall Insight looking at Great Britain’s (GB) Power Market out to 2030 has shown energy prices will remain in excess of £100/MWh annually.
Net Zero Emission
Helping EU Countries Reach Net Zero Requires a More Supportive ‘Demand’ Response
Helping EU countries lower energy prices and become carbon neutral by 2050 requires a more supportive ‘demand’ response, writes Simon Bushell, founder and CEO…
Nuclear Power Plant
Why Europe Could Be Heading for a "Nuclear Renaissance" with Energy Prices at Record Highs
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has sent gas and power prices soaring. Alex Rankine explains why Europe could be heading for a "nuclear renaissance".
Europe’s Russia Coal Ban Foreshadows Higher Global Energy Prices
Europe is taking a big gamble as it moves to ban Russian coal, potentially leaving itself vulnerable to shortages and rolling blackouts while the rest of the wo…
Bank of England: ‘Historic’ Energy Shock Bigger than Any Year in the 1970s
Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has warned the shock to inflated-adjusted incomes in Britain as a result of rising energy prices will be larger than any …
Ukraine Impact on Energy Prices to Force UK Slowdown
Britain’s economic growth is expected to slow down as the Ukraine conflict raises the cost of energy and commodity prices.
Belgium Pushes Nuclear Exit back a Decade due to Ukraine Crisis
Belgium has delayed its decision to cut nuclear energy by 10 years due to the rise in energy prices from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.