EDP Renewables buys 70% stake in German-based solar developer

Kronos Solar Projects has a portfolio of 9.4GW of projects in different stages of development in Germany, France, Netherlands and the UK

Is the UK scratching the bottom of the oil barrel in fuel duty cut measures?

Out of 13 European countries, only one, Luxemburg has done less than the UK in helping drivers with soaring petrol prices, new analysis finds

EU backs €406.4m Dutch scheme to support filling of gas storage facility

The scheme will enable the Netherlands to ensure existing gas storage facilities are filled up to at least 80% of their capacity by 1st November 2022 and comply with the gas storage level obligation

National Grid seeks emergency permission to pump more gas to Europe

It is hoped that the move will stave off a European gas supply shortage

Shell to build largest green hydrogen plant in Europe

The 200MW electrolyser will produce 60,000kg of green hydrogen each day

Octopus makes flashy and windy entrance to Dutch market

The company’s generation arm has acquired Borssele V offshore wind farm in the Dutch North Sea

‘UK could fall behind China and EU on meat substitutes’

A think tank has said the UK alternative protein policy remains underdeveloped and underfunded

Gazprom cuts off gas supplies to Shell Energy

Shell has committed to working to keep gas flowing to its customers

RWE to buy 1.4GW gas-fired power plant from Vattenfall in €500m deal

The Magnum plant consists of three combined cycle gas turbines and is also ‘hydrogen-ready’, which means it could partly run on hydrogen

Russia’s Gazprom cuts off gas to the Netherlands

Partly-state owned energy firm GasTerra has estimated approximately two billion cubic metres of contracted gas will not be delivered