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Swedish Vattenfall is authorized to build a 170-megawatt wind farm

Scottish government approved the construction of a 170-megawatt wind farm in southwest Scotland, Vattenfall declared on Monday. Now the company has the possibility to accelerate discussions with local communities – the East Ayrshire and North Galloway - about acquiring a 5% share in the project.

read more... 04/07/2017

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ASN report suggests EDF may have to replace Flamanville reactor cover in few years

According to ASN report, the lid of the Flamanville reactor vessel, currently under construction by France’s EDF, may not be able to operate more than a few years, needing to be replaced after its scheduled start-up in 2018.

read more... 27/06/2017

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CAPEX of scheduled Poland-Denmark gas connection up to 2.1 bln euros

Poland's Gaz-System declared on Tuesday that the total CAPEX linked to the construction of the new gas pipeline to Denmark, known as the Baltic Pipe, is expected at 1.6 billion-2.1 billion euros ($2.36 billion).

read more... 07/06/2017

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Georgia Power will continue construction work at the nuclear plant

Southern Nuclear and Georgia Power will take in charge the construction management of the Vogtle nuclear plant from bankrupt developer Westinghouse, according to a new service accord.

read more... 17/05/2017

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French and US utilities join together to sell LNG

French and US utilities have teamed up to sell liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Central America. ENGIE and AES will use the Costa Norte LNG terminal presently under construction in Panama.

read more... 15/05/2017

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