Energy crunch squeezing European aquaculture

Energy Crisis

When it comes to inflated energy costs, the eye of the storm may have passed, but the region’s producers remain in uncharted waters

Having seen energy prices skyrocket in 2022 and with the prospect of inflated winter heating and electricity bills, fish farmers across Europe were extremely nervous as last year drew to a close. While for many, those fears didn’t fully materialise as energy tariffs fell back to levels seen before the start of the Ukrainian conflict, the industry remains shrouded in financial uncertainty.

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