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Europe agrees sales targets for ‘clean’ buses in cities

European Union lawmakers struck an agreement on Monday (11 February) on green public procurement rules for new buses, requiring local authorities purchase a minimum share of clean vehicles running on gas or electricity by 2025 and 2030

read more... 13/02/2019

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Offshore wind ‘could provide half of UK’s power demand’

Offshore wind could provide a cost-effective and low carbon route to providing at least half of the UK’s future electricity demand.

read more... 04/02/2019

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Bulgaria's NEK begins rehabilitation of Sestrimo HPP

Bulgarian state-owned National Electricity Company, NEK, has launched works on the rehabilitation of Sestrimo hydro power plant (HPP), the Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX) said on Friday.

read more... 04/02/2019

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Europe’s power sector ‘can be decarbonised by 2045’

That’s the prediction made in a new report published by EY, which says this would require substantial investment, smart grid innovation and the improvement of electricity distribution networks.

read more... 30/01/2019

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SSE completes £970m Caithness-Moray transmission project in Scotland

The company said that its subsidiary Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission) completed the construction, commissioning and energization of the Caithness-Moray project on time and within the allowance approved by Ofgem.

read more... 15/01/2019

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