UN voiced concerns about new energy policy of some EU countries

Nada Al-Nashif, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, said she is concerned about the UN’s decision to continue fossil fuel production by some EU countries to tackle the energy crisis.

“Some countries in Europe have restarted fossil fuel production to deal with the energy crisis. If this policy is understood, it should not take long because it pollutes the environment.

According to him, Europe should switch to clean energy and “not be obsessed with fossil fuels”.

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss introduced plans to save the country’s energy by 150 billion pounds.

Therefore, from October 1, 2022, the maximum tariff that energy suppliers can set for consumers will be limited. In addition, the obligation to pay the green fee, which is around £150 per household, will be temporarily lifted. This will save Brits around £1,000 in annual electricity bills.

Source: Gazeta


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