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Achieving net zero: Too cheap to meter or too expensive to deliver?

Overall, if the paths to net zero are taken, significant upfront investment will have to be made over a sustained period and at the moment there is not the market signals to make this happen.

Sweden becomes second largest net power exporter for the first time

Sweden overtook Germany to become the second biggest net exporter of power in Europe in the first half of 2020 – the first time this has happened.

Sunny weather brings solar record to Europe

Solar power generation in Europe hit an all-time high in the second quarter of the year, as the coronavirus crisis triggered a fall in...

Great Britain sets no-coal record as pandemic reduces demand

Great Britain broke the record for the longest period of electricity generation without coal, according to energy data analyst EnAppSys.

UK: Renewables overtook coal in Q1 2020 partly due to lockdown

Renewables generated more electricity for the UK than any other main power source in the first three months of the year, and the nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19 looks to have helped.

Volatile weather sees record wind generation in Europe

Turbulent weather conditions saw levels of wind generation across Europe hit record levels last month

Renewables replace fossil fuels as Europe’s main power source

That's the key findings of a new report from energy market data analytics firm EnAppSys. While hydropower remained the largest provider of renewable power, the...

France is 2019’s biggest electricity exporter, Italy the largest importer

A new report reveals that France was Europe's biggest exporter of power in the first 11 months of this year, while Italy imported the largest volume of electricity.

Q3 energy markets in Europe: what you need to know

Energy market analysts, EnAppSys, have released Q3 2019 market summaries for both the European and UK markets. Take a look at the noteworthy trends...

Renewables outpace fossil fuels in Europe for second year

For the second consecutive year, renewables produced more power than fossil fuels in the first and second quarters of 2019.