Tag: EU Member States

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Gazing into the Energy Crystal Ball for 2022

The Covid pandemic and geopolitical issues are more likely to be key issues for the power prices in 2022. “What we've got to have once we’re taking a look at these figures can be the financial debate on using all these commodities and the growing dem...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

High gas prices push up electricity cost in EU

Excessive power prices in current months have drawn consideration from the European Commission, highlighting the importance of power safety, especially in occasions when international markets are risky. Spot pure fuel costs buying and selling in the...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Let us celebrate democracy and let us make it stronger

The eyes of the world’s main overseas coverage wonks have been all on Washington, DC, after President Joe Biden met with fellow democratic leaders on the “Summit for Democracy”. This was a key realization of his campaign pledge of 2020 and – co...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Israel, Greece, Cyprus seeing green energy future

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades met in Jerusalem on December 7 where they reaffirmed the robust cooperation between the three Mediterranean nations, particularl...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

The deep fall of a child prodigy

The shock was nice, and he staged it in his ordinary skilled method. Sebastian Kurz, who at 31 turned Austria’s youngest-ever chancellor, introduced his retirement from political life on December 2. Having already resigned as head of government...

Updates / Updates - 8 months ago

COP26: call for more global climate action

On November 24, Members of the European Parliament debated with Fee Government Vice-President Frans Timmermans, and the Council Presidency, the Glasgow Local weather Pact agreed on the 2021 UN Climate Change Convention (COP26). Many MEPs described CO...