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New nuclear needed for UK energy security

The UK government must continue to support nuclear power generation if the country is to meet an expected doubling of electricity demand by 2050 while meeting its Net Zero ambitions, according to a new report from the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS). The think tank recommends the government explore innovative financing methods for the construction of new nuclear power plants.

read more... 22/01/2021

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European coal phase-out could slow in 2021

The phase-out of coal-fired generation across Europe could slow in 2021 amid more favourable market conditions than last year, according to the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).

read more... 22/01/2021

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Ørsted makes final investment decision on its first renewable hydrogen project

The Danish demonstration project will use offshore wind energy to produce renewable hydrogen

read more... 21/01/2021

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Global energy transition investment ‘hit $500bn mark in 2020’

Solar and wind received the lion’s share of renewable investments globally, according to a new report

read more... 21/01/2021

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Energy majors re-route LNG supplies from Europe to Asia

Global energy majors including Royal Dutch Shell and Total are expected to benefit most from January’s gas price spike, beating rival trading houses and non-integrated producers thanks to their access to multiple sources of the fuel.

read more... 20/01/2021

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