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Waste-to-energy facility in Essex gets go-ahead from Environment Agency

The rubbish-burning project is expected to supply enough electricity to power more than 60,000 homes.

read more... 05/06/2020

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EDF terminates nuclear electricity supply contracts

French utility EDF has notified three energy suppliers - Alpiq, Gazel Energie and Total Direct Energie - of the termination of their contracts under a mechanism that allows rival suppliers to buy electricity produced by EDF's nuclear power plants. The suppliers had sought to invoke the force majeure clause in their supply contracts with EDF.

read more... 04/06/2020

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May becomes ‘the greenest month ever’ in the UK

It was the first full calendar month of electricity generation without coal since the industrial revolution, according to a new report.

read more... 03/06/2020

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Britain's largest solar farm poised to begin development in Kent

Britain’s largest solar farm, capable of generating enough clean electricity to power 91,000 homes, is poised to receive the greenlight from ministers this week.

read more... 25/05/2020

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Lithuania eyes 700MW offshore wind zone that could meet 25% of its power needs

Lithuania’s energy ministry has submitted a government decree for public consultation on the location of a 700MW wind array off its coast that could provide up to a quarter of the small Baltic nation’s electricity needs.

read more... 15/05/2020

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