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Coronavirus’ effect on the energy sector

As offices, schools and other establishments close in an effort to contain the virus, some people are concerned about the stability of the grid. Yet, aside from adjusting to the new conditions of working from home, Professor Phil Hart,…

31 December 2019: Will gas stop flowing?

The clock is ticking. The long-term gas transit contract between Russia and Ukraine expires on 31 December. Chances that the two sides could reach a comprehensive agreement before this date are slim. EURACTIV looks behind the scenes of the…

EU: Tackling cybersecurity challenges in energy

In our daily lives, we depend on the availability of energy. Without electricity, we cannot fill our cars with fuel, withdraw money, and use our credit cards or our mobile phones. The energy system is here to provide these basic services,…

Turkey’s energy goals

There is another player who follows energy developments and cooperation between Greece, Cyprus, Israel and Egypt and so far remains outside the equation. Turkey did not hide its interest for energy reserves of the Eastern Mediterranean.…

Europe: Energy and environment in 2018 (A preview)

2018 looks set to be a defining year for energy and environment policy in Europe, as important legislative files move towards becoming EU law. In November 2016, the European Commission proposed its Clean Energy Package and 2017 was…

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