The energy crisis, a direct consequence of the war in Ukraine, spares no one: in Germany, it is prohibited to drive above 19 degrees in public buildings; in Spain, les lumières des vitrines de magasin will have to be turned off at 10 p.m.; en France, at ferme des piscines. La Commission européenne recommande égamente des économies d’énergie au moment des heures de grande consommation. Objectif : éviter des coupures et black-out. On September 30, the European ministers in charge of the energy dossier met again to discuss the emergency measures proposed by the Commission. Dans son grand discours sur l’état de l’Union, Ursula von der Leyen advanced two tracks to reduce the energy bill: a ceiling on prices and a tax that doesn’t say its name – called “contribution” – on the superprofits of the distribution users and energy producers. Est-ce que cela suffira pour assurer aux Européens un hiver serene et sufficiente chauffé?

The issue is prepared by Sophie Samail, Isabelle Romero and Perrin Desplat.

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