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Huge losses at E.ON are ‘springboard for the future’
German utility E.ON, has recorded a net loss of €16bn for 2016 — the largest in its history — and unveiled ambitious measures to reduce debt by €7bn through asset sales and cutting...
TenneT and Energinet.dk plan Power Link Island
TenneT TSO BV, Energinet.dk and TenneT TSO GmbH are to sign a trilateral agreement to press ahead on developing a large renewable electricity transmission system in the North Sea.
Wood Group makes takeover offer for Amec FW
Wood Group has agreed a £2.2 billion all-share offer for rival Amec Foster Wheeler, the companies have announced.
CoGen and Peel plan EfW portfolio
Peel Environmental and CoGen are exploring opportunities to develop a portfolio of energy from waste projects in the UK totalling 105 MW.
Scottish government approves another floating wind farm
The Scottish government has given the green light to a proposed eight-turbine floating offshore wind farm near Aberdeen.
Statoil, PNE propose new offshore wind developments
Both Statoil and PNE Wind have proposed the construction of large-scale offshore wind farms in the USA.
New UK pumped hydro scheme approved
Construction of a new pumped storage hydropower scheme in the UK could start in 2018 following the recent granting of planning permission.
Major milestone for Siemens’ Egypt megaproject
On 2 March German chancellor Angela Merkel and Egyptian president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi symbolically inaugurated the first phase of Siemens’ megaproject in Egypt.
Asian banks back Indonesian coal plant
A consortium of Asian banks is to provide the finance for the expansion of the Tanjung Jati B coal-fired power plant in Indonesia’s Central Java province.