Kyiv considers partial evacuation of capital
Russia held back Monday from launching a new round of strikes that have been expected against power stations and other key infrastructure in Ukraine, as officials warned a lingering energy and wate...
Sarajevo named world's most polluted city
Authorities instructed residents to wear masks outdoors, use air purifiers in homes and close windows as pollution hit 17 times the recommended maximum.
Condemned coal-fired power plant switched back on
The Moselle plant, one of the last coal-fired plants in France, should have been closed permanently at the end of last winter, but the government extended its operation due to the energy crisis.
Scandinavia: Finding ways to save on power bills
"I'm full of both anticipation and trepidation as the prices for the next day is published." Scandinavians confronted by staggering energy costs this winter are saving money by using appliances dur...
U.S, NATO to fund repairs to Ukraine's power grid
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned Tuesday that Russia was using winter as a "weapon of war" against Ukraine, as Western allies meeting in Bucharest planned to help Kyiv mend its ravaged power grid...
Europe braces for Ukrainian 'winter refugees'
Europe has to prepare for hundreds of thousands of new refugees this winter from Norway in the north to the southern European countries.
U.S to end sanctions on Venezuelan oil
The Biden administration on Saturday eased some oil sanctions on Venezuela after the government of Nicolas Maduro and the opposition signed a broad ‘social accord’ to create a UN-administered fund ...
Ukraine suffers through freezing blackouts
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has described Ukraine's energy situation as difficult. Russian strikes have damaged nearly half of the nation's power facilities. Electricity has been restored to part...
Kyiv residents endure blackouts, freezing temperatures
Much of Ukraine remained without heat or power Friday after the most devastating Russian air strikes on its energy grid so far, with residents in cities across the country stocking up on water, foo...
EU pauses price caps on Russian oil
European Union diplomats have postponed discussions on an oil-price cap until Monday as divisions within the bloc remain entrenched over the proposal to set a $65 per barrel limit on Russian oil. S...
Germany project signals end to Russian gas
One of the main parts of the German government’s way out of its dependence on Russian fossil fuels is to buy Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) from other world suppliers. To do this requires the building o...
Moldova plunged into darkness after Russia strikes
Power was restored to most parts of Moldova on Wednesday, hours after Russian missile strikes on neighbouring Ukraine caused blackouts across half of the small impoverished country, officials said.
Oil sinks as EU considers soft price cap
Oil sinks as EU discusses a softer Russian price cap, Natalia Kniazhevich joins Paul Allan and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia" to discuss.
Russia using 'winter as a weapon'
Russia rained down missiles across Ukraine on Wednesday (November 23) killing civilians and damaging critical infrastructure as Moscow pursued its campaign to plunge Ukrainian cities into darkness ...
'It gives us hope': Berlin switches on Xmas lights
The German capital's most famous boulevard switched on its holiday lights, but energy-saving measures were put into place to offset rising power costs.
Energy crisis 'even worse' next year
In an interview with Euronews, EU Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni discussed the worrying state of the European economy and the looming threat of recession.
U.S. diesel supply reaches historic low
Prices for diesel used to power trucks, fuel machinery and heat homes have surged about 50% amid shrinking inventories and a strained export market. The shortage could cost the economy billions. Bl...
U.S. gas prices rise slightly before Thanksgiving
The national average gas price for Thanksgiving week of 2022 is around 20 cents more expensive than it was the year before.
Ukraine evacuates liberated cities ahead of winter
Ukrainian authorities have begun evacuating civilians from recently liberated sections of the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions, fearing that a lack of heat, power and water due to Russian shelling will...
EU unveils first ever gas price cap
After months of political pressure, the European Commission has presented a formal proposal to prevent high gas prices.
'Leave before winter' Ukraine warns residents
The World Health Organization warns that millions of Ukrainians will leave their homes for warmth and safety this winter, with temperatures reaching minus 20 degrees Celsius as the country’s infras...
Families choose between heating or eating
The cost-of-living crisis has hit France's low-income households particularly hard, with local NGO Restos du Cœur warning that some families are having to choose between eating and keeping warm thi...
Ukraine nuclear plant hit by shelling
United Nations officials say shelling around Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant hit dangerously close to some of its reactors over the weekend, though it’s unclear who is to blame.
Energy prices slow Europe's switch to EV
The EU has mandated cars using internal combustion engines will no longer be sold in Europe after 2035, however recent power price rises have seen the uptake of electric vehicles slow across the co...
Nord Stream pipelines suffered 'gross sabotage'
On 27 September, undersea blasts ruptured the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, leading to huge methane leaks. Now Swedish investigators have found that the explosions were caused by 'gross sabotage'.
Ukraine: Ten million without power after strikes
Ukraine's energy infrastructure came under persistent attack by Russian missiles and drones across the country, the Ukrainian military said on Thursday night.
LA Auto show highlights future of electric vehicles
The Los Angeles Auto Show will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from November 18 to 27.
GOP wins majority in U.S. House of Representatives
Republicans will take control of the House of Representatives, with big plans to address inflation, the border and wide-ranging investigations.House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy is likely se...
Rising costs in UK push more into poverty
Rising energy costs and soaring inflation mean more people in wealthy countries are struggling to buy food and heat their homes, and the suffering is set to get worse as winter bites.