EU's fast-track plan for green power projects taken hostage in gas cap talks

In Brussels, EU nations have given the nod to joint procurement of gas and faster permit processing for renewable projects, but neither can proceed until there is agreement on gas price cap.

EU Minister of Energy Kadri Simson and Czech Minister of Industry Jozef Sikela have their work cut out for them to solve the energy policy quandary where new measures are taken hostage in the scramble for a cap on gas prices. | Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP / AFP

As expected, strong division erupted in Brussels during Thursday’s meeting of EU’s energy minsters.

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