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Ruud Lubbers: Low country leads the drive for the low carbon economy

 Ruud Lubbers was Prime Minister of the Netherlands for over a decade. He remains a Minister of State but is now chairman of the Dutch Energy Research Centre as well as heading up the Council of the Rotterdam Climate Initiative. PEi Associate Editor and POWER-GEN Europe Conference Director Nigel Blackaby caught up Mr Lubbers in the run-up to POWER-GEN Europe in Amsterdam. 

Gauging the impact of Brexit on the power sector

Negotiations are continuing between Brussels and London, but what does Brexit mean for the electric power sector? Dr Jonathan Marshall, Head of Analysis at the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) spoke to Power Engineering International about the potential up and downsides.

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Finland's nuclear reactor faces one-year setback Finland's fifth nuclear reactor being built by an Areva-Siemens consortium for electricity company TVO is to enter operation in...

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Competition is intensifying for control of Drax, the UK's largest power station, located near Selby in North Yorkshire.

Survey reveals majority of UK power sector not in favour of Brexit

A strong majority of professionals working in the UK electric power industries do not believe Brexit will be positive for the sector.

The modern approach

Some of the greatest challenges facing power generation plants today can be found in the planning and execution of plant modernization programmes.

ROMANIA – The heart of accession

The green paper on the security of EU energy supply issued by the European Commission (EC) shows that while the EU economy is energy-intensive, its energy resources are limited.

Knock, knocking on Europe’s door

There are ten countries that will be looking to join the European Union by May 2004. What will this mean in terms of liberalizing their electricity markets?

Trading power between Europe and North Africa

The Arab Spring may have increased short-term doubts about the political stability of Europe's southern and eastern Mediterranean neighbours, but the long-term case for energy cooperation between these regions is surely unarguable.

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