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Daily (25.04.2018): European carbon prices rose by 2.7% on Tuesday after a stronger auction

Oil prices fell on Tuesday from 3 ½ - year peaks reached the previous session, as increasing U.S. fuel inventories and production pressured an otherwise bullish market. Brent futures lost $0.85, or 1.1%, to close at $73.86. WTI crude dropped by 1.4% to end at $67.70 a barrel.

read more... 25/04/2018

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Belgium considers new offshore wind area to reach its 4-GW objective

Belgium promises to increase twofold its wind development area in the North Sea in compliance with the plan to expand its offshore wind capacity up to 4 GW soon.

read more... 24/04/2018

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Northern Ireland is invited to reduce its carbon intensity

Today, the Northern Ireland Renewables Industry Group (NIRIG) will make public a strategy to decarbonise the country's energy sector by 2050, while pushing economic development and keeping costs at low level for consumers.

read more... 24/04/2018

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Daily (24.04.2018): German spot power contract traded 14.4% higher on Monday due to reduced wind generation

Oil prices soared on Monday to reach new 3.5-year peaks, after Iran tempered hopes that OPEC would extend its production cut agreement and on worries that U.S. sanctions could limit Iran's output. Brent crude added $0.65, or 0.9%, to $74.71 a barrel. WTI futures edged 0.4% higher at $68.64 a barrel.

read more... 24/04/2018

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Work begins on ‘world’s largest’ hydrogen pilot project

The construction works at the biggest ever known hydrogen pilot facility have been kicked off.

read more... 23/04/2018

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