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Slovakia launches first renewables auction

Slovakia’s Ministry of Economy has launched the country’s first technology-neutral, large scale renewable energy auction.

read more... 27/02/2020

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Grid-Scale Batteries to Provide Balancing Services for Largest Transmission-Connected Storage Network

Pivot Power, an EDF Renewables company specializing in battery storage and infrastructure for electric vehicle charging, has placed an order with technology group Wärtsilä to deliver 100 MW of energy storage in the UK.

read more... 26/02/2020

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Russia beating US in LNG price war

Russian LNG’s low price point is putting pressure on its competitors in the European LNG import market, attendees heard at the S&P Global Platts London Oil and Energy Forum yesterday.

read more... 26/02/2020

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North Macedonia considers coal phase out between 2025-2040

North Macedonia is planning to end its use of coal for energy production by 2040 at the latest and sees a phase-out by 2025 as the cheapest option in two of three scenarios, environmental groups which helped draw up the strategy said on Monday.

read more... 25/02/2020

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Czech energy group EPH to buy out Uniper in Schkopau plant

Czech energy group EPH’s subsidiary Saale Energie will take full control of the Schkopau lignite-fired power plant in Germany after agreeing to buy Uniper’s 58% stake, EPH said on Friday.

read more... 24/02/2020

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