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Daily (11.03.2019): German spot power price plummeted by nearly 70% due to strong renewables output

Crude oil prices fell on Friday, weighed by downbeat U.S. job growth data. The bearish equity markets, influenced by ECB’s announcement about the continued weakness of the European economy coupled with lower Chinese exports and imports data, put more pressure on prices. Brent crude ended 0.8% down at $65.74 a barrel, while WTI futures dropped by 1% to $56.07 a barrel.

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Albania's power output almost doubles in 2018

Albania's electricity production increased to 8,552 GWh in 2018 from 4,525 GWh in 2017, the country's statistical office said on Thursday.

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Dutch Government demands early closure of coal power plant to cut emissions

The Dutch Government has demanded the closure of a 650MW coal-fired power plant four years earlier than initially planned.

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Solar Power Europe estimates growth of the global solar sector in 2018 to be at 104 GW

Global solar power installations increased by around 5 percent to 104.1 GW in 2018, in comparison to 99.1 GW in 2017.

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Vattenfall loses power grid rights in Berlin

Vattenfall has lost the rights to operate the electricity grid of the German capital city of Berlin after more than two decades.

read more... 06/03/2019

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