The EU has a lot of gas-burning power stations, but the European Commission has been trying to get more from the rest of the world.
But with its energy crisis, Europe has been looking for a new way to keep its power supply flowing.
It’s not an easy task.
There are several different ways the European Union could keep its energy supply going.
It could build a large, modern power station and use gas to run the pumps.
Or it could use a mixture of diesel and natural gas to produce electricity.
Both of these are very energy intensive.
In addition, the European Parliament has voted to increase the fuel duty paid on all diesel fuel imported into the EU.
To keep its electricity supply flowing, the EU will need to import more fuel.
The EU’s current fuel use is around 1.5% of its total energy needs.
Fuel used in the EU is a crucial part of the economy, but not enough to keep the lights on and the trains running.
Gas-fired plants, on the other hand, are a good solution.
They have a higher efficiency, which makes them ideal for powering large industrial plants.
While it may be cheaper than building a power station, they can be built cheaper and built faster.
And they’re also much cheaper to run than traditional power stations.
This is why a large number of power stations in Europe, including some of the largest, are built in the United States, where the costs are lower and where there are no subsidies.
Many people are worried that the United Kingdom is going to leave the EU and the UK has no choice but to build its own power stations because of the UK’s huge gas imports.
Some fear that if the United Kingdons power stations don’t have the power they need to keep up with demand, then Britain will not be able to pay its energy bills.
What do you think?
Do you agree with the EU on gas-powered power stations?
Would you like the EU to have more gas-fueled power stations built in Europe?