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UK Interest in Solar Power Heats up as Energy Bills Soar

Boom in solar panel demand is clouded by supply chain disruption, a fragmented industry as well as ethical issues, reports EURACTIV’s media partner, The Guardian. “It’s hot,” says Steve Springett, a director of the renewable energy brand Egg, cheerily assessing the solar market. “There’s two key factors: people are understanding …

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Gazprom Announces 15% Gas Cut to Italy

Russian giant Gazprom will cut its gas supplies to Italy by 15% due to the back-and-forth between Russia and Europe over energy supplies, the company said on Wednesday. Following the decision to cut by 40% the volume of gas supplies to Germany along the Nord Stream pipeline on 14 June, …

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Urgent Action Needed if Ireland to Meet Climate Targets

Urgent and additional measures are needed if Ireland is to meet the climate targets it has set for itself, the country’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said in a newly released report. According to the EPA’s greenhouse gas emissions projections 2021-2040, published on Wednesday (1 June), “urgent implementation of all …

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