EU Commission's energy plan raises more questions than answers

EU energy ministers convene later today at an extraordinary meeting to discuss EU Commission’s proposals meant to soften the blow of the energy crisis this winter. However, there are many loose ends, with agreement far from settled.

EU-Kommissionens formand fremlagde onsdag en fempunktsplan, der skal afbøde den europæiske energikrise. Herunder prislofter over el produceret i EU og gas importeret fra Rusland. | Photo: JOHANNA GERON/REUTERS / X07006

”I am deeply convinced that with our unity, our determination, our solidarity, we will prevail.”

So said EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen Wednesday upon presenting the regulator’s proposed five-point plan to help residents and companies fare through this winter amid the ongoing energy crisis.

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