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UK officials examining exit strategy from Hinkley Point deal

The British government is scrutinising the deal with EDF to build Hinkley Point C nuclear power project in a bid to find a clause or loophole that would facilitate withdrawal from the £18bn project.

China says Hinkley Point C decision ‘a crucial juncture’

The Chinese ambassador to the UK has raised the stakes in terms of future trade and investment relations between both nations, by identifying the forthcoming decision on Hinkley Point C as a â€Ëœcrucial juncture.'

Aggreko says consistent oil price recovery vital for its US business

The world's largest listed temporary power provider believes oil prices needed to be higher for longer to drive a recovery in its business with North American oil and gas customers, as it posted first-half profits that missed some analysts' forecasts.

Legal objections to Hinkley Point C remain

To add to an already complex situation, countries legally objecting to a European Commission decision to facilitate the construction of Hinkley Point C, a new nuclear power plant in the UK, have confirmed they are determined to pursue their case.

Speculation grows over future of UK energy ministry

There has been growing speculation among the UK media this morning that the country's department of energy and climate change is to be abolished, just eight years after its creation.

Pumped storage hydropower critical for future clean energy systems

The International Forum on Pumped Storage Hydropower has warned that conventional batteries alone cannot provide adequate storage and grid flexibility.

Potential biases identified in African solar irradiation data

CrossBoundary Energy suggests the industry way of calculating long-term solar production may be unreliable.

South Africa denies Karpowership environmental authorisation

South Africa has refused Karpowership SA's application for environmental authorisation to develop gas to power via powerships at three ports in the country.

New report highlights empty promises of climate policies

REN 21's latest renewables report shows polluting G20 countries are still missing their unambitious renewable energy targets.

South Africa announces 2000MW emergency power plan

Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, has announced the winning emergency power bidders and opened bid window 5 of the REIPPP programme.