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Bypassing Ukraine will be costly for Gazprom, say analysts

Russia's plans to drop Ukraine as a route for pumping natural gas to Europe will leave Gazprom facing about $1 billion in annual transit fees to Slovakia and Bulgaria, industry sources say.

Energy providers sue Commission over Hinkley Point subsidy

An alliance of green energy providers and municipal utilities in Germany and Austria have lodged a complaint with the European Court of Justice (ECJ) over subsidies for the planned British nuclear power station Hinkley Point C. EurActiv Germany reports .

Romanian tax case threatens Lukoil shutdown in EU

Russia’s biggest private oil producer, Lukoil, has turned to Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič, to help solve a court case that threatens its operations in Europe, officials from the company told a small group of Brussels journalists on Wednesday (15 July).

Spectre of better regulation haunts air pollution bill

A British Conservative member of European Parliament yesterday (15 July) took the unusual step of voting against her own report, after MEPs in the Environment Committee backed stronger air pollution limits.

Poorer EU nations get carbon money for backing 40% emissions cut

Poorer EU countries will be given profits from the sale of carbon emissions allowances to modernise their energy infrastructure, in return for backing a binding 40% greenhouse gas reduction target last October.

ETS reform: EU tightens screw on 'carbon leakage' handouts for polluting industries

Energy intensive industries will continue to receive free carbon emissions allowances, as compensation for the EU’s stricter climate rules, under planned reforms to the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), but fewer will be granted.

Commission mulls relaxing VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings

EXCLUSIVE / The European Commission is considering whether to relax VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings, after EU judges ruled a British lower rate for materials such as insulation and solar panels illegal.

Greek renewable power projects stalled by turmoil

Ambitious Greek renewable power projects aimed at reducing the country's dependence on energy imports from Russia will be on hold for some time, as the threat of exit from the euro prompts investors to delay initiatives.

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Interviews

Europe’s steel industry needs modern trade defence instruments

The European steel industry is confronted with unfair competitors outside the EU, and the Union’s climate and energy policy, Axel Eggert, Director General of EUROFER, told EurActiv Slovakia .

Mayor: 'I told Cameron to give me the money to turn Bristol into a lab!'

The mayor of Bristol convinced British Prime Minister David Cameron to let him turn his city into a “laboratory for change”, telling him, “Give me the money!” before securing millions in funding for the "Green Capital" of the European Union.

Greens/EFA president: ‘The only way to reduce our energy dependency is to cut consumption’

Rebecca Harms, the president of The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, has criticised the Energy Union project as outdated. In an interview with EurActiv Poland, she talks about alternatives for the project and their impact on Russia as well as climate change.

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The energy conundrum in Bulgaria and Greece

Bulgaria and Greece are hard nuts to crack when it comes to implementing EU energy legislation and integrating with the wider European energy market. These two countries illustrate the difficulties of building an Energy Union.

Opinion / Analysis

Starting again on Energy Union governance

The future governance system for the Energy Union needs to be about collectively addressing and responding to the risks that Europe's energy systems face, write Jonathan Gavanta and Quentin Genard.

From Brussels with regulations: Tsipras should have known better

Putin knows he can use Greece to drive a wedge between Brussels and individual EU member states, and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras should have known better when he makes plans for an extension of the Turkish Stream project across his country, write Sijbren de Jong and Willem Oosterveld.

Time to unleash Europe’s new energy economy

The European Commission's energy Market Design Communication must ensure the EU presses ahead with the transition to a future-oriented electricity system, writes Mike Hogan.

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