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The European Union has grappling with all-time high energy prices in 2022, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Brussels has moved swiftly to reduce its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, hurried by the Kremlin constricting supply. Energy imports from Russia now account for about 9%, down from 41%.
But while these initiatives have managed to strengthen European energy supply security, prices have continued to climb. Last month, an extraordinary Energy Council tried to ease pressure on domestic and commercial consumers through a range of legislative initiatives. Next week, is the first European Energy Efficiency Day.
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