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Emissions curbs do not harm business, says OECD
A new report from the OECD indicates that the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) has not harmed the competitiveness of business and industry in the region.
Nexans qualifies its 525 kV HVDC underground cable
Nexans has successfully qualified its HVDC cable systems for the German TSOs for operation at 525 kV.
E.On has officially opened the Rampion offshore wind project, it has announced.
Engineering group Sener has completed construction of the Ilanga-1 CSP plant in South Africa.
Orbital brings O2 to Wales
Orbital Marine Power has signed an agreement with Menter Môn to deomstrate its tidal stream technology at the Morlais tidal energy project in Wales.
Bosnia seeks wind bids
Bosnia’s autonomous Serb Republic is seeking developers for a 50 MW wind farm.
Carbon emissions set to rise in 2018
Analysis by the International Energy Agency points to a setback for global efforts to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
Teesside CCGT+CCUS plan progresses
Carbon capture has taken an important step forward in the UK with the announcement that OGCI Climate Investments has entered into a strategic partnership with six major companies...
Polish auction awards onshore wind contracts
Poland has revived its onshore wind energy sector with an auction awarding 1 GW of capacity.
Orsted sets out new green goals
Danish energy giant Orsted has set out new, ambitious goals for its business future.
Nexans wins Greek island interconnection contract
Nexans has won the contract for the installation of submarine cable for Greece’s Cyclades Islands interconnection project.
Carlyle buys Emera plants
Carlyle Power Partners has sealed a deal with Canadian firm Emera to purchase three natural gas-fired power plants in New England.
Cleve Hill seeks 350 MW consent
Developers of a 350 MW solar and energy storage project in the UK have submitted their development consent application.
Is CCUS still in the energy mix?
In a new report, the Energy Technologies Institute asks if carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) is still in the mix to support the UK’s transition to a low carbon future.
Australian agency boosts energy storage funds
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has signed an agreement with the South Australian government to help deliver energy storage projects in the state.
Orbital unveils new tidal turbine
Orbital Marine Power has revealed the design of its upcoming commercial production of a new design of tidal turbine.
GE has announced a new senior management team for its power segment, which is being reorganised into two businesses.
Smart solar plan announced for coal site
Energy group Engie has announced plans to convert the site of a retired coal fired power plant in the UK into a low-carbon community incorporating solar and smart energy technologies.
Blue Circle and AC Energy plan Vietnam wind venture
Renewable energy developer The Blue Circle has signed a strategic partnership agreement with AC Energy Inc to develop 1500 MW of wind energy capacity in Southeast Asia.