The Energy Community – an international organisation that aims to extend the EU's internal energy market to South Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region – is turning 10.
The European Commission has agreed on a package of measures designed to ensure that the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) – crucial for Energy Union plans - is up and running early autumn.
More than 20 countries from six continents met recently at the sixth Clean Energy Ministerial, or CEM, in Mérida, Mexico and discussed a path forward to accelerate a global clean energy revolution that is already underway.
Europe's future electricity market design and the security of Europe's electricity supply – two consultations now open!
The European Commission has adopted new electricity market rules which will bring the goal of a well-integrated EU internal energy market a step closer
Energy Union Tour to London: Read Šefčovič's blog: Keep calm and build the Energy Union
Energy Union Tour in Portugal updated: Read Šefčovič's blog: The Portuguese Age of Discovery
The EU Foreign Affairs Council has adopted today Conclusions on EU Energy Diplomacy