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Two Czech companies submit bids for Vattenfall's German coal and power activity

Two Czech companies have submitted offers for Vattenfall's loss-making lignite coal mines and related power plants in Germany, but to reach a deal the Swedish state-owned conglomerate might have to pay into covering future mothballing costs.

read more... 17/03/2016

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Trianel offers solar prize

Raising Power has been contracted by Trianel Erneuerbare Energien to run and operate the 10MW Schipkau solar farm in Brandenburg in Germany.

read more... 14/03/2016

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France urged by Germany to close its oldest nuclear plant this year

France is set to close its oldest nuclear plant this year, located near the German and Swiss borders.

read more... 09/03/2016

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Dutch-German grid operator TenneT will make an investment of 22 billion euros to 2026

TenneT, the Dutch government-owned operator of electrical grids in the Netherlands and Germany, on Tuesday reported an expansion in its 2015 earnings and declared it intends to invest 22 billion euros ($24.25 billion) in new infrastructure over the coming decade.

read more... 09/03/2016

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Nordic power bourse likely to expand in Europe

Nordic power exchange Nord Pool is likely to expand spot electricity trading to Germany, France and Belgium next year, to compete with French-German EPEX Spot, as stated by its chief executive.

read more... 22/02/2016

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