LEAK: The EU’s emergency measures to tackle rising electricity prices

The European Commission is considering emergency measures, including price caps and incentives to reduce electricity consumption, in order to tackle high energy bills this winter, according to a leaked proposal seen by EURACTIV.

LEAK: The EU’s emergency measures to tackle rising electricity prices

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