Residents of European nations look to burning firewood and wood pellets as gas shortage worsens amidst the Ukraine conflict.
EU scrambles to find new energy sources to replace Russian gas, a fragility in Europe’s energy dependencies and plans has become apparent. Moreover, further challenges have hit the EU’s hopeful transition to green energy.
In face of skyrocketing energy costs, more and more Germans are falling for cheap offers for firewood on the internet but many offers come from scammers.
A project to make Türkiye an energy hub would require additional investments that need to be worked out, says Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
German government forecasts suggest a 0.4 percent economic contraction alongside seven percent inflation for 2023 is on the horizon.
Trade unions representing fuel workers in France have been demanding wage increases to stave off increasing living costs.
German business climate index has fallen to its lowest level since the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic in May 2020.
A solution to the ongoing gas crisis is the top concern for Italians heading to the polls on September 25 – but disenchantment and apathy prevail as 40 percent of voters are still undecided.
European gas prices have rocketed this year as Russia reduced fuel exports to retaliate for Western sanctions over its offensive against Ukraine.
As Europe is hit by a drought, the worst in 500 years, there’s surprising wisdom coming to the dry shores, reminding Europeans that their long-held grandeur might fast evaporate into a delusion.
Around 65 percent of Germans are unhappy with the work of Germany's three-way coalition government as a whole, compared with 43 percent in March.
The last two months have seen a surge in ‘prosumers’ in Romania as the energy crunch sways the government into financing solar panel use.
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