Tagged With Russia
War adds impetus to Europe’s gas decarbonisation
20 June 2022
Gas businesses have embraced the acceleration of decarbonisation prompted by the Ukraine war but are concerned about the feasibility of new targets—especially for hydrogen
Renewables on high alert for cyber risk
12 April 2022
Two wind turbine manufacturers have faced cyberattacks this year amid heightened risk for the wider energy sector
EU must drop gas from green taxonomy proposal – MEPs
17 March 2022
European Parliament members say inclusion of gas in green finance taxonomy undermines response to invasion of Ukraine
RWE questions role of gas in transition
15 March 2022
German utility is reviewing its fuel options for new generation capacity as the Ukraine war hits energy markets with full force, CEO Markus Krebber says
EU ETS prices fall sharply on Ukraine invasion
8 March 2022
Combination of factors has led to EU allowances losing a third of their value, but bullish factors remain on the horizon
Energy firms reluctant to cut Russian gas
4 March 2022
European utilities are divesting from some Russian interests, but decisions on gas supply will require new sanctions
IEA crisis plan calls for faster renewables rollout
4 March 2022
Agency also urges action to switch to non-Russian gas as security of supply tops policy agenda
South Korea’s Moon backs nuclear power
4 March 2022
Outgoing president reverses anti-nuclear stance amid supply concerns following invasion of Ukraine
Germany plans two LNG terminals as Russia crisis deepens
28 February 2022
Government acts to shore up energy supplies with new gas sources but insists policy dovetails with net-zero transition
Russian invasion of Ukraine fuels crisis in energy sector
25 February 2022
Sanctions and spiking electricity and gas prices present new challenges for Europe’s utilities
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