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  • Writer's picturePaul Gravina

EU and Their Energy Crisis

Europe is facing an imminent energy crisis. The continent is facing a shortage of natural gas supply and a lack of renewable energy resources to replace it. This is causing a domino effect across the economy, causing major problems for growth and stability. In order to combat these issues, Europe must strive to become more self-sufficient in its energy needs. While this may seem like an unattainable goal at first, there are several ways that European countries can be more self-sufficient in their energy consumption and production. First of all, Europe should increase its use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power. These sources are not only environmentally friendly but also cost-efficient compared to traditional fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas. In addition to being more environmentally friendly than fossil fuels, they are also less expensive than traditional forms of energy, which will help reduce costs for consumers so they can spend more money on other things besides paying their electricity bill every month! Secondly, Europe should invest in nuclear power plants because they produce vast amounts of clean energy without emitting any greenhouse gases into Earth's atmosphere, which can cause global warming if left unchecked over time, as well as destroy wildlife habitats worldwide through habitat loss due to deforestation, etcetera.

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