Posts Tagged ‘europe’

Europe Agrees To Remove Energy Support Stimmies To Cut Budget Deficits

In a move that could send Europe into an even a deep recessionary tailspin and crush the continent’s long-suffering consumers, should Europe’s energy problems extend into the new year – which they almost certainly will – last Thursday Euro zone finance ministers agreed to withdraw energy support measures to their economies and use the savings to…

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Europe’s Big And Expensive Energy Mistake

Europe failed to prioritize energy security and has now found itself overly reliant on Russian energy and paying sky-high prices for power France is dealing with this issue by renationalizing its largest utility in order to ensure the survival of nuclear power. Germany, which is arguably the country that has suffered most from energy security…

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