When factories become museums – deindustrialization escalates with energy crisis — RT EN

28 Sep 2022 06:15 am The industrial revolution once began in Europe. In the last 40 years, many governments in Europe have been counting on the end of industry and the rise of services, until the swing towards industry came again – but with current energy prices, companies are migrating. Guest Commentary by Dr. Karin […]

“Everyone will come out of the crisis poorer” — RT DE

25 Sep 2022 6:27 p.m The energy price crisis poses an immense threat to the German economy. Economists now no longer believe that in the end – analogous to the Corona crisis – everything can go on as before. According to the economists, the crisis could cause lasting damage to the economy. According to economists, […]

Introduction of the planned economy? EU wants to force companies to produce certain products in the event of a crisis — RT DE

19 Sep 2022 9:21 p.m The EU Commission has presented a new package of measures to deal with future crises. The initiative aims to prevent the collapse of the internal market in crisis situations. Also because Brussels will be able to intervene in entrepreneurial freedom in the future. On Monday, the EU Commission presented a […]

“No milk without gas” – farmers’ association and suppliers warn of consequences of the energy crisis — RT DE

16 Sep 2022 11:09 am Municipal energy suppliers warned on Thursday about the consequences of high energy prices. Farmers also made their concerns about falling yields and production interruptions clear. The president of the association warned: “Without gas, no milk, no butter, no yoghurt.” Municipal energy suppliers in Bavaria warned on Thursday that one in […]

The EU is to blame for the electricity crisis — RT EN

12 Sep 2022 06:15 am In an interview with the Russian news agency TASS, former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl explained that there was an electricity crisis even before the gas crisis, because the European energy market works “according to incomprehensible principles”. The electricity industry crisis in the EU started in 2021 and was caused […]

Energy crisis possible in Europe — RT DE

9 Sep 2022 7:06 p.m In view of the sanctions imposed on Russia, Europe is trying, among other things, to switch to liquefied natural gas. However, the largest US LNG exporter warns that demand from China could lead to energy shortages in Europe. Against the background of the energy shortage in Europe and the approaching […]