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Should the EU celebrate this unbundle of joy?

In my editorial this month I thought I would take the opportunity to focus on two topics that are back in the headlines – ownership unbundling of Europe’s large power companies and the UK’s nuclear future.


The world’s major nuclear technology manufacturers are reported to have expressed interest in bidding for Thailand’s proposed civil nuclear programme.


German utility RWE has announced plans to establish a dedicated renewables company called RWE Innogy.


The European Union (EU) is preparing draft proposals that will govern the future capture and sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2) from power plants and other sources.


The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently released its latest World Energy Outlook (WEO).

Asia-Pacific Partnership – an alternative to Kyoto for promotion of CHP?

The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate (APP or AP6) is a very new phenomenon in international climate policy with important effects on the traditional climate regime formed by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC) and its Kyoto Protocol (KP) and likely impacts on the development and transfer of distributed generation (DG) technologies.

The role of DE in reducing the impact of energy use – an ecological footprint perspective

The ecological footprint is a simple environmental accounting tool introduced in the early 1990s by Mathis Wackernagel and William Rees to account for demand on, and supply of, renewable natural capital.

GLOBAL POWER UTILITIES: Power sector faces climate change challenge

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) 2007 volume of its global utilities survey shows a sea change in the attitude of the world’s utility industry.


New research by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) shows that the aggressive development and implementation of a full portfolio of advanced electricity technologies could reduce the economic cost of cutting future US emissions by more than 50 per cent while still meeting the expected growth in demand for electricity.

Cogeneration in Europe – about to emerge from slumber?

Across the globe, the demand for power generation is high and cogeneration is benefiting along with other segments of the power sector.