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UK nuclear regulator gave approval to resume three EDF reactors

Britain's Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) gave permission on Friday for EDF Energy to resume three nuclear reactors over the next week, offline since August, for inspections needed by an error on a similar unit.

read more... 24/11/2014

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EC authorizes UK’s projected Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant

UK Government and EDF Group obtained European Commission (EC) approval for their accords to build new £24.5bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C in Somerset.

read more... 10/10/2014

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Iberdrola to invest more abroad and less in Spain

Spanish Iberdrola, the world’s major wind power generator, has expressed its disapproval regarding the latest energy market reform announced by the Spanish government, declaring that the changes in the energy policy will discourage important investment. The company’s net earnings reduced 7% in 2013, as a result of Spanish regulatory modifications and fiscal measures.

read more... 20/02/2014

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Northern Ireland's first large-scale solar farm has obtained the go ahead

The largest solar farm in Northern Ireland has been given the go-ahead by the Government. The 27-acre solar farm located in Tullynaskeagh Road, Downpatrick will be connected to the nearby NIE sub-station and national grid, representing the first approval for such a large-scale solar farm in Northern Ireland. The solar project will have a total capacity of 5.1MW, capable of generating electricity to power more than 1,500 homes.

read more... 07/02/2014

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Poland to adopt a new shale gas regulation by the end of the year

Poland’s environment ministry is ready to draft new regulation for the exploration and extraction of shale gas and send it to the government for approval before the end of the year, declared Poland's Minister of the Environment Maciej Grabowski.

read more... 27/11/2013

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