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The new, mammoth ‘green package’ is called ‘Fit for 55’ and it is going to change the way we commute, use – or abuse – energy and the way our smart homes and cities...
A Joint Cyber Unit is to be established as a platform to provide a coordinated response to large-scale cyber threats and incidents in the EU.
New grant and loan funding from the EU and the EIB is expected to improve access to clean and affordable energy to West Africans.
Artificial intelligence in energy sector applications is accorded ‘high risk’ status in proposed European regulation.
Barriers remain to the liberalisation of European energy markets, many country specific but many also pan-European, a major new study finds.
The European Green Deal is the EU's action plan to reduce emissions and deliver a sustainable economy. But is a green recovery good for the utility sector?
The major asset swap between utility giants RWE and E.ON has been completed.
A new study conducted by Eurelectric, with the scientific contribution of the Enel Foundation, outlines several remedial solutions that could be considered to cushion the effects on vulnerable households, while ensuring sustainable growth for the benefit of all.
Offshore wind capital investment is set to reach parity with that of both oil and gas in Europe by 2021, and surpass both sectors by 2022, due to plunging oil prices and increasing levels of offshore wind activity in Europe.