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Poland – satisfactory progress, more effort needed 01 August, 2017 In its country report assessing Poland’s energy policies, the IEA... > read more

European smart metering rollout progresses – slowly 01 August, 2017 Although the European Union in its Third Electricity Package committed...

Renewables: using auctions in a bid to drive down costs 13 June, 2017 In an effort to drive down the costs of green energy and reduce the...

The Energiewende: ten questions and answers 13 June, 2017 The Energiewende in a nutshell: 10 Q&A on the German energy...

Wind power for grid support? 13 June, 2017 E.ON says it will be one of the first companies able to use wind power...

Irsching 4 and 5 declare mothballing plans – again 13 June, 2017 The owners of the Irsching 5 combined cycle plant (Uniper, N-ERGIE,...

Datteln 4 permitting: mercury rising? 13 June, 2017 There have been delays and technical problems, not least with new alloy...

Renewables: staying on course 13 June, 2017 The share of electricity generated from the sun, wind and other...

Unlocking Europe’s clean energy potential 21 May, 2017 The ‘Clean Energy For All Europeans package’, usually referred to as...

Renewables create opportunities for power-to-gas and turbines 27 January, 2017 Arecent position paper from EUTurbines, an association representing...

Drax goes for gas turbines 27 January, 2017 Continuing its diversification away from coal, Drax has acquired four 299...

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