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Swedish utility Vattenfall has agreed to buy 49 per cent of the shares in Dutch peer Nuon and to buy the remaining stake in the coming six years, the two firm said in a joint statement.


Two of Europe’s largest electricity utilities, EDF of France and Italy’s Enel have signed two agreements on the development of nuclear energy, particularly in Italy, which has been nuclear-free for more than 20 years.

Nuclear power: phasing out the phase-out?

With the German parliamentary elections taking place on 27 September this year, Paul Breeze examines the political options for the prospective candidates concerning the country’s nuclear phase-out policy.

Algae: putting carbon dioxide in a bind

German utility RWE Power has initiated a cutting edge project that is investigating the use of marine microalgae to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) produced during lignite combustion.

CHP repowering order for Siemens in US

Siemens Energy Inc. has been awarded a service programme order for the Klamath Energy cogeneration plant in Klamath Falls, Oregon, USA.


German utility RWE has struck a €9.3bn ($12.1bn) deal to buy the Netherlands, power company Essent, in what is the largest deal of the year so far.


The European Commission has earmarked €1.25bn ($1.63bn) for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects, €500m for offshore wind projects and €1.75bn for gas and electricity interconnection projects from leftover funds.

The nuclear renaissance takes off

Some 40 nuclear reactors are now under construction around the world, and almost a hundred more are in various stages of planning.

NorNed: giving Europe’s power trading a welcome boost

Commissioned in May and officially opened in September of this year, NorNed is the world’s longest submarine high-voltage power cable.


Theolia of France, one of Europe’s leading producers of electricity from wind, has announced it is to scale down its business ambitions and reduce costs, to focus on cash generation amid the on-going global financial crisis.