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Austria backs EU cap to end 'madness' of runaway power prices

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer backs a European Union-wide cap on runaway electricity prices, he said in a statement issued by his office on Sunday.

read more... 30/08/2022

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Germany split over EU’s suggested electricity market reform

The EU’s Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has recommended splitting up Germany’s single electricity bidding zone in a move that prompted concern in the country’s south, where prices are kept artificially low.

read more... 24/08/2022

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Norway's power grid operator cuts its tariffs to zero to help consumers

Norway's state-owned power grid operator Statnett said on Friday it would extend its policy of making no charge for use of its grid until the end of 2023 to cushion customers from high electricity prices.

read more... 22/08/2022

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Spain's Iberdrola terminating thousands of French retail power contracts as prices soar

Spanish utility Iberdrola is terminating power contracts with thousands of its French customers because of unprecedented power price rises, it said in a letter seen by Reuters.

read more... 22/08/2022

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Nordic TSOs urge Norway to drop export restrictions

TSOs in Denmark, Sweden and Finland on Thursday called on Norway to drop plans to impose limits on power flows out of the country amid the ongoing wider energy crisis in Europe.

read more... 22/08/2022

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