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RWE and partners to assess blue hydrogen potential in Slovakia

A new partnership has been established by EU utility firm RWE to explore the potential of developing a blue hydrogen economy in south Slovakia

US commits $20m to produce clean hydrogen from nuclear power

The U.S. DoE has announced $20 million in funding to demonstrate technology that will produce clean hydrogen energy from nuclear power.

Ukraine signs MOU with NuScale to develop small nuclear reactors

Small modular reactor designer NuScale Power has signed a MoU with Ukraine’s nuclear operator to develop SMR plants in that nation.

Ukraine utility and EBRD to develop green hydrogen infrastructure

Ukraine utility GTSOU has signed an agreement with the EBRD to explore the multi-scale production and use of green hydrogen in the country.

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A consortium led by Noell-KRC Energie und Umwelttechnik is to undertake a contract for the planning of the removal of the fuel containing material (FCM) in the shelter of unit 4 of the Chernobyl power plant. The work will involve characterisation of the FCM, a removal and waste management strategy and removal technology development.

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The State Property Fund is planning to sell 24 per cent stakes in all four of its power generation companies by February 1999.

District heating project in the Ukraine

The Multilateral Carbon Credit Fund has agreed to buy carbon credits resulting from a CHP/district energy project involving equipment rehabilitation for the Ukrainian Ivano-Frankivsk Teplokomunenergo State Municipal Enterprise.

FG Wilson backup power for Ukraine’s largest data centre

Bucha, Ukraine-based FG Wilson dealer Madek has supplied a standby power solution consisting of two P1375E3 and four P1700P1 generator sets to the Parkovaya Data Centre, located in central Ukraine.

Ukraine tariff hike

The Ukrainian government has bowed to IMF (International Monetary Fund) pressure and drawn up a resolution to increase electricity rates by 20 per cent. The move is a key IMF condition for loan disbursement to the country.

Russia resumes Ukraine gas shipments

Russia began delivering gas to Ukraine today for the first time since cutting off supplies in June, Ukraine’s gas transport firm has said.

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