Will the EU use things like the new charge on fossil-fuel companies, to get money from the general-public ( instead of from private-companies ) to prevent the economic decline of the EU ?
Explanation of the non obvious method I am highlighting
In other words, will the EU use non obvious methods, like the "solidarity contribution on excess profits" detailed on Energy prices: Commission proposes emergency market intervention to reduce bills for Europeans, which 'may' most likely be passed on to the electric-power-station-companies, which 'may' most likely pass it on to the households/consumers, with the 'majority' of these households/consumers completely bearing the burden of the increase in the electricity-price and not receiving any significant compensation from their government.
Note - Some households, will be compensated, as stated in the linked document, but you would think that the majority will not be compensated ( or not significantly ).
Or, in other words, since 2020, much of the EU has been surviving on reserve-funds, possibly gradually weakening the EU, will this reach a point where the EU has to regain this money ( FROM THE 'GENERAL PUBLIC', NOT, FROM PRIVATE COMPANIES ), but does not want to do it in an obvious way like raising income-taxes etc, so it may try methods like the above, which in the end only result in the general-public replenishing the EU funds.
Obviously the EU does not want to consider directly effective measures like Partial-Nationalization of electricity-companies, for example, Nationalization of the part of the administration of electricity-companies that issue bills to households, or, change it so that it is the government itself that sends / issues electricity-bills to households ( and maybe Nationalization of specific parts of the hardware infrastructure of electricity-companies, I won't detail that ).
Yes, after reading linked document, my theory does or may sound far fetched, but posting it anyway.