Energy policy

Ukraine Implements Severe Energy-Saving Measures to Tackle Power Shortage

Ukraine is on the verge of an energy crisis, necessitating a significant reduction in electricity consumption across the country. Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announced yesterday, as reported by UNIAN, that all public bodies have been tasked with cutting down on electricity use due to a substantial deficit in the nation's energy system.

Solar investment outstrips all other power forms: IEA

More money is pouring into solar power than all other electricity sources combined, with investments set to reach half a trillion dollars this year, the world's top energy research body said Thursday.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecast in a report that global investment in clean energy this year will hit $2 trillion, twice the amount going to fossil fuels.

Gazprom's European Export Recovery Unlikely Before 2035

A comprehensive report commissioned by Gazprom, conducted by external analysts, reveals a bleak outlook for the company's future in Europe. The analysis indicates that Gazprom is unlikely to regain its pre-war export levels to Europe, its primary market, until at least 2035, if ever. The report, spanning 151 pages, was exclusively cited by the Financial Times.

Türkiye, EU should work together for gas security: Minister

Türkiye and the European Union should work together on natural gas supply security, Energy Minister Alparslan Bayraktar has said.

Bayraktar met with EU Ambassador to Türkiye Nikolaus Meyer-Landrut and ambassadors of EU member countries in Ankara to discuss Türkiye's national energy plan and energy transition as well as cooperation in the field of energy.

Greek energy hub supporting neighbors

"Greece is at the center of geopolitical developments in our region and, thanks to the infrastructure it had in Revithoussa, it managed not only not to face the danger but also to support the energy systems of neighboring countries," said Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy Alexandra Sdoukou, at the roundtable on "European Policy for Energy and Climate, Transnational Cooperation and the G

Australia unveils plans to keep burning gas beyond 2050

Australia unveiled plans Thursday to keep burning natural gas beyond 2050, saying its reliance on the fossil fuel would not derail a pledge to reach net zero emissions in the next 30 years.

Resources minister Madeleine King said gas "will remain an important source of energy" in Australia, outraging environmental groups who branded the Future Gas Strategy a "climate disaster".

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