The adjustment towards a decarbonised economy is being challenged by booming energy prices linked to the geopolitical tension on Europe’s eastern border.
After the high rhetoric and ambitious pledges of the last twelve months, culminating in the COP26 meeting in Glasgow, 2022 promises to be a very different year with the emphasis on volatile prices, especially for oil and gas, and...
Weaker demand for European products, high energy prices and the approaching end of the business cycle will weaken the GDP growth in Europe in the short term, predicts the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The development of clean technologies in the energy industry is becoming a global trend. How to achieve this at the lowest cost, in order not to pass on the burden to energy consumers – that is a challenge faced by everyone,...
CE Financial Observer talks with Maciej Bukowski, the President of Warsaw Institute for Economic Studies (WISE).
By launching Independent Energy Exchange Bulgaria completes the last stage of its energy market liberalization, as required by the European Union.
The European Union introduces the so-called Market Stability Reserve. This is bad news for Poland, because it means an increase of energy prices.