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Scottish renewables company obtains approval for whisky fuel plant

A company has obtained the green light to build a new plant at Scotland’s oil port of Grangemouth to make a petrol replacement from whisky residue. Falkirk Council offered Celtic Renewables an approval to construct a commercial demonstrator plant, which will annually generate over half a million liters of biofuel.

read more... 13/12/2017


Klaipeda LNG terminal offers advantages for Lithuania

Security of supply in Lithuania has been assured through the country’s LNG terminal in Klaipeda, according to Jusius Mindaugas, CEO of LNG operator Klaipedos Nafta.

read more... 05/12/2017


Atomenergomash and General Electric JV inks Akkuyu agreement

GE Steam Power Systems signed an agreement to offer the main equipment of the conventional island directed to the four nuclear turbines of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant in Büyükeceli, Turkey. The contract was offered to AAEM Turbine technology LLC, the Saint Petersburg, the joint company headquartered in Russia between Atomenergomash JSC (AEM) and General Electric (GE).

read more... 30/11/2017


Turkey targets to attain $5 billion in wind investment by the end of the year

Turkey intends to reach an investment of $5 billion in wind power by the end of the year with the aid of 1 gigawatt (GW) offered from Turkish Renewable Energy Resource Zone Project (YEKA) together with the concluded wind energy tenders of around 3 GW capacity, as stated by Turkish Wind Energy Association on Friday.

read more... 27/11/2017


Total’s entry in the French retail electricity market will shake prices

French oil major Total affirmed that it would start a price war with EDF and Engie in the French power retail sector, as it plans to offer a 10 percent price discount.

read more... 06/10/2017