The EU needs to develop a range of energy connectors across the EU to increase its own energy sources and reduce its dependency on the likes of Russia for gas supplies.
So says Green MEP Ciarán Cuffe who was speaking in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
MEPs this week debated the fallout of surging gas prices in Europe. Some MEPs said the crisis was a wake-up call for a faster transition to renewable energy.
Journalist Angelique Ferat caught up with Ciarán Cuffe in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. She began the interview by asking him what the EU should do to tackle surging gas prices and supply shortages.
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