Was the pandemic a watershed moment for the decline of fossil gas power across Europe?

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Peterhead power station in Aberdeenshire | Credit: iStock
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Peterhead power station in Aberdeenshire | Credit: iStock

UK and EU electricity demand may have nearly recovered from the pandemic, but the disruption has fundamentally blighted economics of fossil gas power, analysis suggests

UK electricity demand may have almost returned to pre-pandemic levels, but the impacts of Covid-19 may have fundamentally shifted the nature of the energy market over the last two years, with major long-term...

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