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AEP, Alstom unveil new carbon capture facility

  • 9 years ago (2009-11-02)
  • David Flin

Eskom board asks CEO Maroga to resign

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-30)
  • David Flin

Grand theft power

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-29)
  • David Flin

Resuscitating a global deal

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-28)
  • David Flin

The EU is to try and revive the faltering attempts to reach a global deal on climate change by pledging billions of dollars in financial support for developing countries.

Obama details stimulus spending on smart grid

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-27)
  • David Flin

Europe’s clean energy ambitions

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-26)
  • David Flin

The European Commission’s recent publication proposing massive spending by the 27 EU countries on wind and solar energy, carbon capture and nuclear power could result in billions of dollars going to European universities and research institutions over the next 10 years.

Plans for trans-Atlantic Energy Council

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-26)

A joint European-US energy council to coordinate policy on both sides of the Atlantic is expected to begin work in November, according to a US official.

Brazil's nuclear programme flourishes

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-24)

Brazil is moving forward with its nuclear expansion programme, which could be worth more than $24 billion by 2030, and this could be just the first stage in a programme that would run until 2060.

EU to invest €50 billion in energy technology

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-22)

The European Union will invest an additional €50 billion (about $75 billion) in energy technology, according to information from the two-day EU Strategic Energy Technology Plan conference, which began in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 21st.

Power line communication protocol developed

  • 9 years ago (2009-10-22)

ERDF, the European Union's largest electricity distribution network operator, has published the specifications of the power line communications (PLC) protocol for meter/concentrator communication developed and deployed by Atos Origin, an IT services provider and a leader in smart meter management, and Trialog, a consulting company specialising in the introduction on innovative technologies.