EU approves €110m Austrian scheme to support agri-producers hit by rising energy costs

The measure will be open to companies active in the primary agricultural production sector that have been affected by the increase in energy prices, fertilisers and other raw materials

IAEA chief warns of ‘very real risk’ of disaster at nuclear plant in Ukraine

He said he was ‘extremely concerned’ about the ‘serious situation’ at Europe’s largest nuclear plant, which he warned could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond

Council to buy energy for the next eight months ahead to save money

The move is believed to limit Slough Borough Council’s exposure to volatile energy prices

Gazprom: sanctions make delivery of Nord Stream gas turbine impossible

The German Chancellor has blamed Russia as “there are no technical reasons” for reduced gas supplies

Germany to inspect freshly arrived Nord Stream gas turbine today

German Chancellor will visit Siemens Energy’s site where Nord Stream 1 gas turbine is kept after undergoing maintenance

Europe’s largest nuclear power station is “out of control”, says UN nuclear chief

IAEA’s Director-General said every principle of nuclear safety has been violated at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant

Latvia responds after Russia choked its gas supplies

The Baltic state has secured gas from other sources

UK arm of Gazprom rebrands

Gazprom Marketing & Trading Retail, which traded as Gazprom Energy is now called SEFE Energy

UK relaxes permitting conditions for coal-fired power plants this winter

It will cover the period from 1st October 2022 to 31st March 2023 to address energy security issues if they arise, ‘whilst aiming to limit unnecessary pollution’

Germany starts rationing hot showers to save on gas

Authorities of a German city race to save kilowatts as gas shortage scenarios are looming