Lights off, heat down: central Europe governments save power to set example
Central Europe is vulnerable to the standoff with Russia, with some countries still dependent on Russian gas and all facing surging electricity prices across the continent.
Europe burns cash to help businesses in deepening energy crisis
Russian President Vladimir Putin added to the energy price pain, sending oil and gas prices higher by announcing a partial military mobilisation.
EU seeks US$140 billion to insulate consumers from energy crisis
European governments have responded with measures ranging from capping consumer electricity and gas prices to offering credit and guarantees to power providers at risk of collapse.
EU to propose crisis measures to curb energy price spike
European governments have already ploughed hundreds of billions of euros into tax cuts, handouts and subsidies as they attempt to contain an energy crisis.
UK weighs huge support package as Europe battles energy crisis
Several countries are providing billions in support to energy distributors exposed to wild swings in prices that are forcing them to cough up huge collateral for supplies.
Taiwan farmers find space for solar to meet renewable energy targets
The use of 'distributed' solar - panels installed on walls and rooftops - has become increasingly popular in regions where land is at a premium.
China province limits power to homes, offices amid extreme heat
Government offices have been asked to set air conditioners to no lower than 26 Celsius and use more staircases instead of lifts.
Energy price crisis exposes Britain's 'leaky' homes
UK household energy costs are expected to surge 230% this winter compared to last year, according to analysts at Cornwall Insights - a meteoric hike many families will struggle to afford.
German firm calls for energy price cap to avoid social unrest
After prospering from cheap Russian gas for decades, Europe's largest economy is facing a crunch as Russia dials back supplies.
China's surging hydropower a boon for its climate goals, energy bills
Global coal and LNG prices have hit record highs this year, fanning inflation, as Western sanctions on Russia disrupted supplies from one of the world's top energy exporters.
Australians urged to save electricity to ease power crunch
Authorities say the main problem behind the power crunch is unscheduled outages at ageing coal-fired power stations.
Britain plans nuclear power, offshore wind to boost energy independence
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the plan will scale up 'affordable, clean and secure energy made in Britain, for Britain'.