Renewable hydrogen criteria key for investment

Having definitive criteria for renewable hydrogen is key to making investment decisions to launch EU initiatives that can support the growth of the industry, the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) said. EPRS

Photovoltaics is the smart choice

There is keen interest in installing photovoltaics on roofs or elsewhere, and based on the government’s subsidised programme, PV systems operate by offsetting the electricity produced and consumed. That is, each home


North goes dark, sabotage blamed

The Turkish-occupied north was left in the dark on Monday after suffering a general blackout, with Turkish Cypriot authorities screaming foul play, blaming workers at the electricity authority. As reported by news


Cyprus, Greece, Israel seek energy boost

Cyprus, Israel and Greek foreign ministers highlighted the importance of their energy cooperation and its contribution to the stability in the region. Cypriot Foreign Ministers Constantinos Kombos, Greece’s Nikos Dendias and Israel’s


Fuel sales down in February

Annual fuel sales recorded an overall 7% decrease in February, with oil companies reporting sales of 107,779 tonnes of fuel, according to the Statistical Services. There was a decrease in oil supplies

Europe’s LNG strategy is flawed

The current European natural gas markets still are looking at very high price settings, while demand is below historical levels, and supply could be hit by Asian demand increases. Since the Russian

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