For more than two months there has been a political struggle between the majority of EU member states and the European Commission regarding the introduction of a price cap for the EU’s imported gas. What is more, there was a dispute between the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the President […]
French energy expert: “The post-covid industrial recovery in 2021 occurred at the time of Germany’s wind turbine production drop (-14 percent in 2021). This situation has forced Germany to strongly increase its electricity production with its gas and coal-fired power plants, leading to an explosion in demand for these fossil fuels.”
The European Parliament’s decision on taxonomy in the EU, with nuclear and gas regarded as green sources of energy, is critical for Polish energy sovereignty, argue experts from the Polish Economic Institute
Fiala spoke about the consequences of inflation on Czech citizens, the ongoing debate surrounding Russian gas and oil supplies and proposed sanctions, and the need to solve the issue of benefit tourism among primarily Hungarian-speaking Roma.
A possible extension of coal mining and operation of lignite-fired power plants means a defense against current inflation and future time settings until renewables, hydrogen and other kinder technologies and the warm desires of environmentalists are usable
Hungarians have the lowest energy costs in Europe, and Viktor Orbán is calling on the EU to end its “stupid” green energy plan. What can Europe learn from Hungary’s policies to help save it from a full-blown energy crisis?
Poland will have independent gas supply by 2022, claims the government plenipotentiary for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski. He explained that Poland’s recent 20-year gas deal with the United States is part of a strategy of creating a portfolio of long-term contracts.
The Polish Petroleum Mining and Gas Industry (PGNiG) has signed a historic 20 year agreement for LNG gas with American companies. PGNiG will also have the possibility to resell the gas coming from the USA.
According to Maroš Šefčovič, the Vice President of the European Commission for the Energy Union, the European Council could cancel the Nord Stream project despite the support of Germany, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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