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  • Russia’s war on Ukraine fuels energy crisis [What Think Tanks are thinking]
  • Secure prime visibility at the IETW Nigeria Exhibition (31 Oct – 4 Nov 2022 in Abuja)
  • WEF: Averting an energy crisis requires bold investment in renewable energy — particularly in developing economies
  • Norway Reinforces Role As Stable, Long-Term Supplier: Energy Intelligence
  • Crypto uses more electricity than Argentina – Anand Sanwal
  • Iraq: TotalEnergies sells its non-operated interest in the Sarsang oil field
  • Booster für grüne Fernwärme: Bundesförderung für effiziente Wärmenetze (BEW) startet
  • Situationsbericht Lage der Gasversorgung in Deutschland (Stand 15.09.22)
  • The European Commission at the Annual IAEA General Conference
  • STD 5 October 2022: Global Launch of the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2022
  • Latest Hydrogen headlines
    • Solaris unveils Urbino 18 hydrogen
    • Total Eren endorse hydrogen
    • Opportunity for hydrogen start-ups
    • Green H2 can counter energy crisis, says ITM
    • Siemens commissions huge green H2 plant
    • Fast Simon Launches First No-Code Search & Discovery Solution For Shopify Hydrogen
    • Green Ammonia to be Fossil-Free “Crude” of the Hydrogen Fuel Economy
    • Metso Outotec to supply hydrogen-based concentrate technology in Australia
    • Provaris and Total Eren collaborate to ship compressed hydrogen to Europe and Asia
    • Siemens commissions one of the biggest green hydrogen production plants in Germany
    • Solaris presents hydrogen bus Urbino 18 Hydrogen
  • EU and CEER Launch Training on Renewable Energy Support Mechanisms and Guarantees of Origin for EaP Countries
  • CM 4384 2022 INIT EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (Transport, Telecommunications and Energy)
  • COMMISSION OPINION Pursuant to point 3.5 of PART A of the Annex of Commission Regulation (EU) 838/2010 on laying down guidelines relating to the inter-transmission system operator compensation mechanism and a common regulatory approach to transmission charging on the conclusion of a multi-party agreement relating to the compensation for the costs of hosting cross-border flows of electricity pursuant to Article 311(3) of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, of the one part, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of the other part

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