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Report: European CHP to make a big leap by 2020

A new report on the European combined heat and power (CHP) industry predicts that the sector will grow from its present capacity of 202 GW to 245 GW by 2020.

World’s biggest power producer announces $20bn write down

The world's biggest power producer by output has announced a $20.4bn write down in asset values and goodwill.

Pakistan breaks ground on biggest nuclear plant

Pakistan broke ground this week on the nation's largest civil nuclear power plant, which will be built with China's help.

Big win for GE in Algeria

General Electric (GE) has announced signing a $1.9bn contract to supply gas turbines in Algeria, a major boost for its struggling power turbine business.

One of Turkey’s biggest on-site solar plants features advanced PV-modules

Hanwha Q Cells' high-efficiency solar modules have been installed by ELSE Enerji at what is said to be one of the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants in the fast developing Turkish market.

Where to get the biggest bang for your green buck

It has been ten years since business analysts at Ernst & Young (EY) started compiling their annual Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), a report that just does what it says - calculates which countries have the most to offer financiers in return for their investment.

UAE selects six firms for $3bn nuclear plant supply contract

Six firms have shared in $3bn worth of contracts awarded by the United Arab Emirates to supply fuel to the country's first nuclear power plant.

Six-fold increase in wind power generation in New Zealand

There will be a six-fold increase of wind farm generation in New Zealand, producing 20 per cent of the country's electricity by 2030, according to analysis by the New Zealand Wind Energy Association.

The small grid-connected PV plant with a big potential

Automation and power technology specialist ABB has been demonstrating the first of its new, 1 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) generating modules designed to capture maximum energy from the sun using tracking solar collectors, and to transmit this with minimum losses to the local electricity grid.

Egypt: Big plans for big power

Egypt is changing, and its power sector is changing with it. Paul Breeze looks at how the North African nation is rebalancing its fuel mix.

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