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Areva and Rolls Royce team up in Anglo-French nuclear agreement

The UK and France have signed a nuclear energy agreement with plans to build a new nuclear power plant at Sellafield in the UK.

E.ON unveils plans for à‚£736m Humber wind farm

'Big Six' energy giant E.ON has unveiled plans for a 73 turbine 219MW array in the north of England.

Centrica signs 10-year gas deal with Statoil

The parent company of British Gas, Centrica, has today signed a ten-year deal with Statoil for the supply of 50 billion cubic metres of gas to the UK.

nPower boss blasts Germany’s ‘romantic’ energy policy

The boss of RWE nPower Volker Beckers has said his native Germany has "a romantic view of energy policy" that is misplaced and damaging.


China Datang Corporation and Alstom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to form a long-term strategic partnership and jointly develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration projects in China.

Rosatom signs nuclear deal with Rolls-Royce

A corporate agreement between Rosatom and Rolls Royce signed during a visit to Moscow by the UK's prime minister could open up Russia-UK collaboration in nuclear energy.

UK launches heat saving strategy

A draft plan unveiled by the UK's newly formed Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) will see CHP feature heavily as part of a strategy for all UK homes to be near carbon emissions free by 2050.

Call for CHP to cut gas imports

Development of combined heat and power systems could cut the UK's gas imports by 50%, says a new report from Finnish energy consultants Pöyry.

UK government set for collision over renewable policy

The British coalition government is set for internal strife once again as the majority Conservatives look to dilute renewable energy policy in order to keep the power rates down.

Regrets… too few to mention

I figure this must be a good time to be a developer of major water and power projects in the Middle East and not a bad time for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors either.