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Power market or myth?

With problems at Dabhol and key investors exiting the market, India’s power sector has been receiving bad press. But some key issues are being forgotten, and opportunities for the right type of project still exist.

Wind power market in difficulty

Investment in U.S. turbine farms and wind-energy businesses tumbled 38 percent last year to $9.7 billion, as the economic climate worsened for wind-power companies, which are finding it increasingly difficult to attract venture backers.

Germany passes power market reform

Germany's cabinet this week approved a power market reform plan that includes placing older lignite-fired plants on standby.

CALIFORNIA POWER MARKET: The roots of a crisis

The impact of the California crisis is being felt around the world, particularly in countries that are about to reform their power sectors. Valuable lessons can be learned on deregulation and market structure.

Algeria opens up power market

Local and foreign investors will, for the first time, be allowed to build and operate power plants as well as sell electricity in Algeria, following a recent government ruling reported on Sunday by the official Algerian news agency.

Iberian power market may be delayed

The scheduled launch of a single Iberian power market at the start of 2003 could be in doubt, Portuguese Economy Minister Carlos Tavares said on Tuesday.

Apple approved to enter power market

Apple has won permission from federal regulators to sell excess electricity that is generated by three of its major solar projects.

REPORT: TURKISH POWER MARKET: A crossroad of power

A rapidly growing economy and energy sector and a strategically important geographical location has attracted numerous foreign investors to Turkey. But the country must work hard to keep the investment flowing in, and has embarked on some tough reforms.

California ISO approves power market design

The California Independent System Operator (ISO) on Thursday approved its electricity market plan. The organization will submit the plan on May 1 to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).