Brussels has revealed its latest plan to curb energy prices in Europe. An expert of Századvég Institute has taken a closer look at the document.
While member countries agree that there is a need to curb energy prices, differences have surfaced as to the details of the intervention.
Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, announced on Monday that the EU is preparing an ’emergency intervention’ in the bloc’s power market to curb skyrocketing prices.
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