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Analysis | What's Behind Europe's Skyrocketing Energy Prices
Europe's power costs have been pushed through the roof by a supply crunch in natural gas, the risk of military conflict in Ukraine and bottlenecks for renewable energy.
Analysis | How Europe Has Become So Dependent on Putin for Gas
Europe's relations with Russia are close to their lowest point in decades.
Analysis | Earlier Than Ever, European Gas Storage Is Half-Empty
On Christmas eve, Gazprom, the Russian state-owned natural gas giant, tweeted a rather unfestive message: Gas inventories in Europe were depleting quickly.
America's Most Energy Efficient Cities
If energy efficiency is an important factor in where you choose to live, the annual Clean Energy Scorecard - which ranks 100 of the largest U.S. cities according to their policies for greater energy efficiency - can help you gauge just how green your home city, or one you're considering living in, is becoming.
Utilities in Germany secure funding in the face of exploding energy prices.
As natural gas prices in Europe continue to hit record highs, utility companies in Germany are scrambling to secure millions of euros in extra liquidity to ensure they can meet future contracts.
US greenhouse emissions increased by 6.2 percent last year | Engadget
Over the last year, US greenhouse emissions increased by 6.2 percent compared to 2020 levels, according to a new report from the Rhodium Group.
Analysis | Why Kazakhstan Protests Reverberate Beyond the Region
Troops from a Russia-led military alliance helped quell anti-government protests in Kazakhstan in January after fuel-price increases drew thousands of people onto the streets, posing the biggest threat in decades to the central Asian country's leadership.
More than 160 killed in Kazakhstan protests - health ministry
More than 160 have been killed in protests that have rocked the country over the past week, Kazakhstan's health ministry said.
Analysis | Why Kazakhstan Protests Reverberate Beyond the Region
Fuel-price increases in Kazakhstan sparked a wave of deadly protests in early January that drew thousands of people onto the streets, posing the biggest threat in decades to the central Asian country's leadership.
Analysis | Why Kazakhstan Protests Reverberate Beyond the Region
Fuel-price increases in Kazakhstan sparked a wave of deadly protests in early January that drew thousands of people onto the streets, posing the biggest threat in decades to the central Asian country's leadership.