30.11.2022
An Island of Security: the Renewable Energy Community of Ventotene

A photo essay on the inhabitants of a small Italian island creating energy security for their community.

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03.08.2022
Energy Crisis: Keeping the Cost of Living Down While Protecting the Climate

Households across Europe are facing spiralling energy costs as fuel prices rise. But fossil fuel subsidies are no answer to this crisis. Governments should focus on direct support to cover essentials and speeding up the energy transition.

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13.07.2022
EU Taxonomy: The Dirty Politics of Greenwashing Energy

Following the European Parliament’s approval, the European Commission is pressing ahead with its plans to classify fossil gas and nuclear as “green” energy.

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16.06.2022
For Energy Independence, the EU Must Think Bigger than REPowerEU

With the REPowerEU plan, the EU is missing an important opportunity to bring its energy security policy in line with its climate goals.

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27.05.2022
Nuclear Energy: Back in the Mix?

Europe’s most powerful economies are committed to reaching climate targets but diverge sharply about how to get there.

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29.11.2021
Extraction and Energy Transition in Serbia

A short analysis of how geopolitical relations impact Serbian discussions about politics, energy, and the future.

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26.11.2021
Making Europe’s Solar Future

The case for expanding Europe’s domestic solar manufacturing industry is stronger than ever, but a number of conditions must be met first.

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24.12.2019
The Secret History of Radiation

Kate Brown talks to Aro Velmet about the secret history of radiation and what Chernobyl means in the era of climate change.

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29.04.2019
Renewables in the Energy Security Landscape in Poland and Ukraine

In the long run, the transition to renewable energy may prove key to breaking Poland and Ukraine’s dependency on Russian gas.

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13.03.2019
Earth, Wind and Solar Energy

The editorial team brings you infographics on the potential of renewable energy in 2049, while Daniel Scholten explores the power struggles its rollout will bring.

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