France needs “ambitious reforms” and this would require compromise, President Emmanuel Macron said in a televised address on Wednesday.
Operable refining capacity in the United States hit a nearly decade low in 2022, the EIA’s latest Refining Capacity Report showed on Tuesday.
As drought spreads and sea levels rise, the economic impacts of climate change will run in the trillions of dollars.
Five young people who count themselves as victims of climate change filed lawsuits on Tuesday (21 June) at the European Court of Human Rights against European states for letting the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) delay the green transition.
Jean-Bernard Lévy, the chairman and CEO of French utility EDF and current president of power industry association Eurelectric, has urged EU countries to invest in distribution grids in order to sustain Europe’s move towards climate neutrality.
The dual crises of the war in Ukraine and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic “should not delay” Europe’s transformation to sustainable mobility.
Austria will receive less gas for the fourth day in a row, Russia’s Gazprom announced on Sunday, prompting an emergency government meeting to signal a return to coal power which the country phased out in 2020.
Desperate, Robles and her neighbors have resorted to climbing atop a nearby municipal water tank, filling up jugs, and lugging them back to their homes in order to drink, cook, clean, and wash bedsheets and school uniforms.
Moving to renewable energy is the way to reduce the energy costs of households, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos this weekend.
Confronted with an energy crisis and the need to rapidly decarbonise the building sector, the EU is now facing another threat: “renovictions,” where tenants are forced out of houses or apartments due to rent increases imposed after renovation.