New rules mean that EU countries will be better prepared and more able to help each other in the event of a gas shortage.
The 2017 CEF Energy call for proposals has just opened, offering funding to cross-border gas, electricity and smart grids infrastructure projects.
EU countries have approved the Commission's proposal to invest €22.1 million to support the development of connections between transport and energy infrastructure in Europe.
A new study explores the potential of biogas as a flexible source of sustainable energy, and makes policy recommendation for increasing its use in EU countries.
Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete and Algerian Minister for Energy Noureddine Boutarfa discussed the EU and Algeria's strategic energy partnership.
Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete discussed clean energy, climate action, cybersecurity and other issues with G7 energy ministers in Rome.
An ongoing study shows the benefits of the EU's policies for energy efficient products, especially ecodesign and energy labelling legislation.
A public consultation has begun on the oil and smart grids projects proposed for the next EU list of Projects of Common Interest.
From today, Latvian consumers will be able to choose between different gas suppliers.
Commissioner Arias Cañete will meet ministers from Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Israel to review options for transporting eastern Mediterranean gas to Europe.