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Crisis in Ukraine has highlighted the EU's dependence on imported energy.

The European Union will not reduce its energy dependency overnight, but it should set out on the journey as soon as possible. Events in Ukraine have made the EU's energy dependency on Russia highly uncomfortable. Undeniably, the EU's attempts to cobble together a united front against Vladimir Putin's aggression in Crimea and eastern Ukraine have been weakened by the reluctance of many member states to alienate their principal [...] Read more

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EU energy efficiency off track

All member states are using exemptions to lessen their EU obligations, according to a report, and only three countries have implementation plans that are credible.

EU giving up on biofuel limits? You need an active subscription to read this article

Biofuel subsidies will continue under new state-aid guidelines.

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Commission unveils overhaul of renewable energy subsidies You need an active subscription to read this article

New guidelines will ease the burden of increasing prices on intensive industry.

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Russia may block reverse gas flows to Ukraine You need an active subscription to read this article

Prospects of reverse flows from Slovakia to overcome raised prices from Gazprom in doubt.

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US pushes for EU energy diversification You need an active subscription to read this article

Shale gas, nuclear, energy efficiency and CCS should all be explored, says deputy energy secretary.

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The missing nuclear debate You need an active subscription to read this article

The Nuclear Security Summit neglected the crucial issues of nuclear disarmament and the implications of the growing use of nuclear energy, says professor Behnam Taebi.

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Obama urges EU to diversify its energy sources to end dependency on Russia You need an active subscription to read this article

US president promises greater EU-US energy co-operation.

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Leaders delay decision on climate targets You need an active subscription to read this article

Climate talks sidelined by crisis in Ukraine.

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Commission prepares changes to energy subsidy reform You need an active subscription to read this article

Guidelines set out what kinds of subsidies member states are allowed to offer.

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    1. EU giving up on biofuel limits? You need an active subscription to read this article

      Biofuel subsidies will continue under new state-aid guidelines.
    2. Commission unveils overhaul of renewable energy subsidies You need an active subscription to read this article

      New guidelines will ease the burden of increasing prices on intensive industry.
    3. EU energy efficiency off track

      All member states are using exemptions to lessen their EU obligations, according to a report, and only three countries have implementation plans that are credible.
    4. Pressing need to correct failure on energy efficiency You need an active subscription to read this article

      Crisis in Ukraine has highlighted the EU's dependence on imported energy.

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