Articles tagged with "#Europe"
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Extracting gas from the North Sea to bolster the UK energy system will make it much more difficult for the British government to make good on its latest carbon budget.
The new demand response service offers financial incentives for users that voluntarily flex their electricity usage, in an effort to curb energy use.
The recent scandal over forced installation of prepayment gas meters in the UK has highlighted the issue of fuel poverty among vulnerable groups as well.
The Dutch government will in June decide whether the Groningen gas field will be closed down for good this October. The field has been subject to plenty of controversy in recent years, and the results of an in-depth inquiry into the earthquakes and related matters were presented last week.
A new joint study by UK and Chinese researchers asks: can bad air quality cause anxiety and other mental health problems?
In what could be a significant push for European green hydrogen, Germany has said it will join France, Spain and Portugal in a major new pipeline project.
Amid soaring energy prices, French car manufacturer Renault has accelerated its Renaulution strategy to move away from gas usage at its sites. Renault follows in the footsteps of industrials who are larger gas consumers. But are more targeted regulatory incentives needed?
The residents of the Spanish town of Ferrol have lived for years in the shadow of an LNG terminal, but a growing body of research suggests such infrastructure poses a health risk to communities like theirs – which should serve as a wake-up call as we brace ourselves for major build-out of LNG in Europe.
Researchers warn the doubling down on long-term LNG deals in Europe threatens to derail decarbonization efforts.
Cepsa said it will invest US$3 billion in Spain in what is set to become Europe’s largest green hydrogen production hub and which industry sources see as a significant step towards establishing the economic viability of this resource.