UK supports Ukraine’s nuclear power with £192m loan guarantee

The support aims to help Ukraine meet its energy needs during the winter

€5bn Czech scheme to support energy producers given EU greenlight

Under the measure, subsidised loans will be provided to large energy producers to meet the collateral requests in the energy trading markets

EU adopts 11th package of sanctions against Russia, including energy measures

These measures involve the end of oil imports by pipeline for Germany and Poland

‘UK’s fossil fuel imports from authoritarian regimes surge to £19.3bn’

In the year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the UK saw a significant increase in fossil fuel imports from authoritarian petrostates, according to a report

Oil prices surge as Saudi Arabia commits to output reductions

Oil prices have experienced a notable increase following Saudi Arabia’s announcement of cutting one million barrels per day in July

National Grid plans for potential energy crisis

The boss of National Grid has unveiled plans to reintroduce the Demand Flexibility Service, urging British households to reduce electricity consumption voluntarily

Ukrainian nuclear plant on “last line of defence”

The IAEA chief has outlined five principles that should be followed to prevent a nuclear disaster

UK celebrates one year gas-free from Russia!

The UK marks a full year without relying on Russian gas imports

UK braces for blackouts amid power cable concerns

Experts have warned that attack on undersea power cables could cause widespread economic losses, isolation of communities and potential civil unrest

Ukraine’s electricity exports skyrocket after six-month break

In April 2023, Ukraine exported almost 90,000MWh of electricity, according to the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity