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Iberdrola is awaiting consent to shut down two thermal energy plants in Spain

Iberdrola is awaiting consent to shut down two thermal energy plants in Spain

read more... 14/11/2017

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Cheap solar power might be good for Australia’s mining sector

Australia’s most distinguished solar power researcher, Dr. Martin Green, says prices for PV technology will fall drastically. And while the plunge in prices could be harmful to the country’s thermal coal industry, it could bring multiple benefits to other Australian mineral and material exports.

read more... 22/08/2017

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Sweden: Geothermal energy to be used to heat Swedish homes

Vattenfall, one of Europe's biggest retailers and producers of electricity and heat, announced last week about the intention to use geothermal energy to heat homes of customers in Sweden.

read more... 25/04/2017

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UK establishes a subsidy ceiling price for geothermal projects

British government unveiled it had set a ceiling strike price for geothermal projects in an upcoming auction at 140 pounds per megawatt-hour (MWh).

read more... 14/03/2017

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Daily (17.02.2017): German spot power up 6% on expectations of lower thermal supply

Crude oil prices posted a modest increase on Thursday, as growing U.S. stockpiles against possible renewed efforts by major oil producers to reduce the supply glut weighed on the market.

read more... 17/02/2017

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