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SunEdison will add 400 MW of solar power in South Korea

The government of Gyeongsangnam-do, a region in the south-east region of South Korea reached an agreement with the solar energy company SunEdison, subsidiary of MEMC Electronic Materials, the development of 400 MW of solar power in the province.

read more... 14/09/2010

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Electricity tariffs in Spain

During the first semester of 2010, Spain's deficit between regulated power tariffs and generation costs widened by 2.59 billion Euros, or 20 percent more than anticipated by the regulator CNE, mainly due to the payment of subsidies for renewable energy generation.

read more... 14/09/2010

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Lithuania waits for proposals for the construction of a new nuclear plant

Lithuania declared that it is waiting for some proposals to be submitted by potential investors by November in order to construct a new nuclear power plant.

read more... 13/09/2010

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Hidroelectrica will invest 3 billion Euros over the next 7 years

Romanian hydropower company Hidroelectrica will invest 3 billion Euros over the next seven years in building 50 new units and upgrading several current ones.

read more... 10/09/2010

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A new electricity levy from 2017 in Germany

The conservative lawmaker, Joachim Pfeiffer, said on Thursday that a new levy related to the power cost will be paid by German nuclear electricity providers from 2017.

read more... 10/09/2010

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