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Frost & Sullivan

F&S: Coal to remain dominant despite decline


A study by consultancy Frost & Sullivan predicts coal is set to generate nearly 34 per cent of global electricity in 2030, with investment driven by China and India.

Obama and Jinping

Nuclear and renewables to benefit in $2trn Chinese anti-pollution drive


The practicalities behind the China-US agreement on emissions last week are coming into focus.

Turkey and US sign wind power deal


Turkey and the US have signed a memorandum of understanding which aims to increase their co-operation on wind power.

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UK Power Reserve submits 1.8 GW of new build distributed generation


UK Power Reserve (UKPR), an independent developer and operator of flexible, smart and affordable power generation, has more than doubled its specialist workforce in four years and submitted the single largest distributed generation strategy of any independent provider for the upcoming UK Capacity Auction.

Maria Van Der Hoeven

IEA chief advocates reactivation of Japanese nuclear plants


The executive director of the International Energy Agency has warned that Japan’s CO2 emissions will grow significantly without returning to nuclear power.


German environment minister refutes Spiegel claim on fracking


A report by top German current affairs magazine, Der Spiegel, that the German government is set to soften its stance on fracking, has been strongly denied by the country’s environment minister.

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Global wind power expansion for GE


General Electric is looking to build its global portfolio of wind power projects, and plans to have a presence in 35 countries next year.

Coal plant shutdowns good news for German gas


Shutting down Gernany's aging coal-fired power plants could increase profits for the nation’s ailing gas power sector, according to new analysis.

Update: E.ON in talks to sell Spanish assets


E.ON has reportedly begun talks aimed at selling its Spanish operations.

Johan Sandberg

Securing the future of offshore wind: steps to reducing the cost of energy


Offshore wind as a source of energy is still unknown in many parts of the world. In other parts it is still a distant dream and only a small amount of the global population understand the enormous potential this technology has, and how it can impact the world and our efforts to achieve a low carbon future.


China backs $1bn power plant in Mongolia


Chinese state owned enterprise SEPCOIII Electric Power Construction is backing a plan to build a 600 MW power plant in eastern Mongolia.

Matthias Hartung

RWE chief says more plants may close without regulatory change


The head of RWE Generation says more of its power plants may have to be closed unless positive regulatory measures are introduced.


EDF blames Areva for delay in next generation nuclear plant


Embattled Areva is being blamed for EDF’s decision to postpone its flagship Flamanville nuclear power plant for an additional year.

UK energy skills gap is ‘critical’ warns Siemens


Siemens has said that a widening skills gap in the UK energy market is becoming “strategically critical”.


‘Diffidence’ of investors to power sector set to continue


New analysis of the power market undertaken by top global insurance company Marsh shows that diffidence by the investment community towards funding the sector is set to continue.

Nuclear waste disposal in Germany

Leaked plan shows true extent of Germany’s nuclear waste disposal


A leaked German government document has revealed that the country’s nuclear power industry will have to dispose of almost twice as much waste as had previously been forecast.

Second utility-scale solar plant for Argentina


Argentina's second utility-scale solar power plant, and the first in the province of San Luis, is now generating electricity.

Areva emblem

Ex-Citroen chief set to take over at Areva


The French government is set to appoint former Peugeot Citroen CEO Philippe Varin to become chairman of struggling state-owned nuclear group Areva.

Vietnam to build power plant despite warnings over coal shortage


Vietnam is going ahead with plans to build a new coal-fired power plant despite experts’ warnings over the dangers of depending on imported fuel.

Hinkley Point

Saudi Electric eye Hinkley Point stake


Top Saudi Arabian utility, Saudi Electric, is in negotiations with EDF with a view to a stake in the UK’s most important nuclear power project.

China Three Gorges

China Three Gorges prepares for diversified future


The China Three Gorges Group are planning to diversify its engineering activities, as it prepares for the prospect of less opportunities in the hydroelectric power space.

Geothermal power

Geothermal power market set to reach $8.9bn by 2019


Analysis by Transparency Market Research forecasts that the geothermal power generation market will rise to $8.9bn by the end of the decade.

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China to double gas-fired power capacity by 2020


New power plants are set to boost China’s gas generating capacity from 43.8 GW in 2013 to 85.5GW by 2020, say analysts.

Brazilian firms to build 253 MW Nicaraguan hydro plant


Brazil's state-owned utility Eletrobras and the Queiroz Galvao group are to build the Tumarin hydropower plant in Nicaragua.

Uncertain future for Salvadoran hydro plant


El Salvador's El Chaparral hydropower plant does not have a clear future as the government has not announced a new tender to continue the works.

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