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Europe’s energy makers on the energy transition

The rise of renewables requires the engines driving Europe's future conventional power plants to be flexible in order to support increased use of wind and solar technologies, while also being low-cost and sustainable. 

New plans to finance sustainable growth could support new investments in wind energy

The European Commission  published plans to help finance sustainable growth on Thursday. These could help re-direct capital from conventional power plants to wind energy, according to WindEurope.

TenneT chief says batteries offer ‘excellent alternative’ to power plants

Gineke van Dijk, senior manager for customers and markets of TenneT, the Netherlands' national grid operator believes batteries will prove to be an "excellent alternative" to conventional power plants in providing balancing services, especially as a complement to increased solar and wind deployment.

300 MW cogen project for gas plant in Mexico

Gas turbine technology from GE is to be used to convert a conventional power plant into the first large-scale cogeneration plant in Mexico, in support of the Mexican government's initiative to promote cogeneration as a key step in improving the efficiency of the country's energy infrastructure.

How Uniper Technologies is ready for the digital ‘tipping point’

In a digital energy space that is getting more crowded by the week, Uniper Technologies likes to think that it has big advantage: as an owner and operator of conventional power plants, the company has been doing â€Ëœdigitalisation' long before it became a buzzword.

EnBW’s Karlsruhe gas-fired power plant ‘not economically feasible’

German utility EnBW is to shut down its gas-fired power plant in Karlsruhe, referring to the operation as â€Ëœnot economically feasible'.

Europe’s largest battery park comes online

Europe's biggest commercial battery power plant has come online in Germany.

E.ON reports 12 per cent earnings drop for Q1

In its earnings announcement for the first quarter of 2014, German utility E.ON has reported a drop in net income to €1.2 billion, down 12 per cent from last year. 

Iran turns its attention to combined heat and power

Iran's Ministry of Energy has devised a plan to promote the greater use of combined heat and power, reports the Tehran Times.

E.ON warns of weaker power demand in Europe

E.ON has indicated that it will have to close plants in the coming year, blaming weaker power demand in Europe.

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