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Coal demand to remain flat – IEA report
20 December, 2017
Global demand for coal will remain nearly flat between 2017 and 2022, resulting in a decade of stagnation for coal consumption, according to the IEA's annual coal market report.

Japanese court has ordered shutdown of a vulnerable nuke
20 December, 2017
A Hiroshima court has ruled that a nuclear reactor in southwestern Japan should not be allowed to operate because it is too close to an active volcano.

Aquila Capital achieves Valhalla deal
20 December, 2017
Aquila Capital has acquired Project Valhalla, one of the largest wind farm ventures in Europe.

Siemens wins CC contract from Tatarstan
20 December, 2017
Siemens has received an order to build a combined cycle power plant in Tatarstan, Russia.

Egypt intends to build solar ‘pipeline’
20 December, 2017
Egyptian firm EETC has started the process of inviting companies to bid for the construction of 600 MW of PV capacity.

Finnish cities looking at SMRs for large scale CHP
20 December, 2017
Three cities in Finland are launching a study to investigate the possibility of using small modular nuclear reactor technology to decarbonise district heating.

EDF launches new solar investment drive
20 December, 2017
EDF has unveiled plans to invest around €25 billion in solar energy in a big push into solar energy in France.

Kosovo government contracts for new coal plant
20 December, 2017
Construction of the Kosovo C coal fired power plant will start in 2018 after Kosovo’s government agreed a deal with ContourGlobal to develop the project.

Jordan boosts solar capacity
20 December, 2017
Jordan’s solar power programme is receiving a $22 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the construction of a 50 MW project in the Risha region.

GE to ‘reduce its global head count’
13 December, 2017
GE Power has announced that it plans to reduce its global head count by approximately 12 000 positions, affecting both professional and production employees.

Fast-track legislation to speed up UK compliance with 2018 EU-ETS
13 December, 2017
The UK government is introducing fast-track legislation to bring forward the country’s compliance with 2018 EU-ETS (energy trading scheme) emissions obligations.

Wake effect investigation underway
13 December, 2017
The Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator has announced a new €2.3 million project to demonstrate how effective implementation of control strategies can reduce wake effects.

ABB achieves 1100 kV DC breakthrough
13 December, 2017
Transformers and other key equipment to be supplied by ABB for the world’s first 1100 kV UHVDC project have successfully completed a ‘stringent’ test phase.

CIP to join Star of the South venture
13 December, 2017
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is to partner with Offshore Energy in a bid to bring Australia’s first offshore wind farm to fruition.

Neart na Gaoithe seeks equity partner
13 December, 2017
Mainstream Renewable Power has started the selection process for an equity partner for the £2 billion Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm.

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