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Veolia acquires power plant in Hungary from Uniper

  • 2024-02-22 06:21:11.854877
  • David Flin

Veolia, via its Hungarian subsidiary, has signed an agreement with Uniper for the acquisition of a 430 MW CCGT power plant.

€200 million loan to Ukrhydroenergo for hydropower rehabilitation from EBRD and Italy

  • 2024-02-21 06:27:06.551997
  • David Flin

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) along with the Italian Government have signed a €200 million loan package for hydropower company Ukrhydroenergo to restore and maintain its facilities that have come under repeated attack by Russia in its illegal invasion of Ukraine.

EU power emissions decline sharply

  • 2024-02-08 07:10:28.538248
  • David Flin

Power sector emissions in the EU fell by a record 19 per cent in 2023 as a result of sharp falls in both coal- and gas-fired generation, according to a report from the climate think tank Ember.

Germany to put 10 GW of new natural gas power plant out for tender

  • 2024-02-06 06:20:25.466299
  • David Flin

Germany’s Economy Ministry has announced that the government will tender 10 GW of new natural gas-fired power plants that can be converted to run on hydrogen in the 2030s, as part of plans to ensure stable electricity supply and the proportion of wind and solar installations increases.

GE Vernova to build Baltica onshore grid connection

  • 2024-01-31 06:44:26.619630
  • David Flin

GE Vernova’s Grid Solutions business has announced that, in partnership with Polimex Mostostal (PXM), it has won a contract to build the onshore infrastructure to transfer power into the onshore grid from the 1.5 GW Baltica 2 offshore wind farm project.

Hinkley Point C delayed by up to four years

  • 2024-01-24 06:26:15.939540
  • David Flin

The Hinkley Point C nuclear power project in the UK has been delayed by an estimated 2-4 years.

UK Government commits an extra £800 million to planned Sizewell C

  • 2024-01-23 07:02:16.669384
  • David Flin

The UK Government has committed an additional £800 million to the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power project in Suffolk, England, in an attempt to attract outside investors to the project.

UK to invest £300 million in creating nuclear fuel for next generation reactors

  • 2024-01-08 06:25:27.264242
  • David Flin

The UK Government has announced it will invest £300 million into creating specialist fuel for the next generation of nuclear reactors.

Russia denies IAEA access to Ukraine’s Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

  • 2024-01-04 07:52:24.546117
  • David Flin

Rafeal Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said that his inspectors are being denied access to parts of Ukraine’s Russian-occupied Zaprizhzhia nuclear power plant and had yet to receive 2024 maintenance plans for the facility.

Portugal’s renewable power generation hits record in 2023

  • 2024-01-03 07:00:46.207328
  • David Flin

REN, Portugal’s national grid operator, said that the country obtained a record amount of its power from clean energy sources in 2023, with renewables accounting for 61 per cent of power use.