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FILE PHOTO: Swedish Energy Minister Khashayar Farmanbar attends a European Union Energy Ministers meeting on high energy prices, in Brussels, Belgium September 30, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Swedish energy minister: need to decouple gas from electricity price


PRAGUE (Reuters) – The European Union needs to find a way to decouple gas and electricity prices, Swedish energy minister Khashayar Farmanbar said on Wednesday, ahead of a meeting of the bloc’s energy ministers.

“That can be done through various suggestions,” Farmanbar said. “But one thing is important: What we do now, the market interference needs to be a short time… and also must not be a hinder for renewable and fossil fuel energy production.”

 

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(Reporting by Marine Strauss and Robert Muller, writing by Jason Hovet, editing by Kate Abnett)

 

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