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German, Canadian reactors set new world records

The single-unit Grohnde nuclear power plant in Germany has produced more than 400 terawatt hours of electricity since it started up in 1984 - the only reactor to have achieved this milestone. Meanwhile, unit 1 of Canada's Darlington nuclear power plant has set a new world record with 1106 consecutive days of continuous operation.

read more... 09/02/2021


EDF Renewables launches first floating PV plant

The 20MW project is forecast to produce the equivalent of the annual electricity consumption of 12,500 households

read more... 05/02/2021


Serbia to invest 10 bln euro in power, mining sectors

Serbia's government has prepared a 10 billion euro ($12 billion) investment plan for the electricity and mining sectors, energy minister Zorana Mihajlovic said on Tuesday.

read more... 03/02/2021


Enel targets PPAs for just ‘small part’ of European mix

Italian utility Enel Green Power plans to use long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) for just a "small part" of its European electricity mix, as it counts on other options to finance its renewable project pipeline in the region, chief executive Salvatore Bernabei said today.

read more... 01/02/2021


Dutch companies sign 10-year deal to buy 330 GWh of power from Finland

The virtual contract covers an expected output volume of 330 GWh per year - equivalent to the electricity consumption of 40,000 households

read more... 25/01/2021