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UK government passes energy policy power to new commission

There is some confusion as to the role of the department of energy and climate change following a reorganisation announced by the UK's chancellor for the exchequer George Osborne this week.

European Commission passes state aid guidelines

The European Commission has adopted new rules on public support for projects in the energy sector.

EC adopts list of 248 energy infrastructure projects

The European Commission has today adopted 248 energy infrastructure projects which will be eligible for accelerated funding.

The UK will be our international nuclear hub

Hitachi's purchase of Horizon Nuclear Power in October 2012 is the latest milestone in a new wave of nuclear development in Europe.

COGEN Europe makes contribution to Commission paper on generation adequacy

COGEN Europe has responded to the consultation paper communiqué this week by the European Commission, entitled Generation adequacy, capacity mechanisms and the internal market in electricity.

UK has under-budget energy infrastructure bill by à‚£130bn says report

The long-held figure of £200bn that is said to be needed to secure the UK's energy future is in fact £130bn short of what will actually be required, claims a new report.


The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) will no longer issue power generation licences without clear evidence that the developer has all necessary inputs in place to ensure projects will reach commercial operation and deliver electricity.

GE to double capacity of Vietnam’s national grid system

GE has signed an equipment supply contract worth $16.5m with the Power Transmission Company No. 4, a subsidiary of the National Power Transmission Corporation (NPT), to double Vietnam's existing power capacity by upgrading the country's national backbone transmission system.


The European Investment Bank is to provide $30m towards the upgrade of a 341 km transmission line in Zambia.


The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) has shortlisted a Russian company and French-Japanese consortium in its final shortlist as it decides on who best to construct the company's first nuclear power plant.