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European international locations are in search of methods to rein in hovering power costs.
European power ministers have did not agree on a plan to cap Russian gasoline costs at an emergency assembly in Brussels.
The session aimed to think about how you can protect households and companies from hovering power payments.
EU power commissioner Kadri Simson says international locations closely reliant on Russian provides concern they are going to be minimize off altogether.
President Vladimir Putin had earlier threatened to make Europe “freeze” through the approaching winter if a cap is applied.
So what are the choices? And are the measures already taken sufficient to get the bloc by way of the winter?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Sandrine Dixson-Decleve – Vitality local weather researcher and co-author of, Earth for All: A Survival Information for Humanity
Clive Moffatt – Founder and chairman of the cross-industry UK Vitality Safety Group and a former UK authorities power adviser
Mehmet Ogutcu – Chairman of the London Vitality Membership and a former director at British Gasoline