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France to become net power importer after 20+ years

France looks set be a net power importer this year due to record low output at nuclear and hydropower facilities, an analyst said on Friday.

read more... 08/08/2022

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Spain’s windfall tax could hamper green investments

Spain’s new windfall tax on energy companies won’t be effective in curbing high power prices and could hamper investments in renewable energy, a Spanish power lobby said.

read more... 01/08/2022

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Greeks pitch new electricity market model as fight over market reform intensifies

With the EU subject to record-breaking electricity prices, leaders have tasked the European Commission with working towards a reform of a system they consider failed in order to decouple gas prices from electricity prices.

read more... 29/07/2022

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UK to remove cost exemptions for imported green energy, to stop recognizing EUGOs

The UK Government is set to end exemptions for imported green energy in Feed-in Tariffs and Contract for Difference schemes with a target date pending legislation of April 1, 2023, it said in an update to a consultation on the move posted on its website July 27.

read more... 29/07/2022

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NeuConnect UK-Germany power link project reaches financial close

The NeuConnect project, which aims to create the first direct power link between Germany and the UK, has reached financial close.

read more... 26/07/2022

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