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EU approves RWE’s buyout of E.ON’s power generation assets

  • 2019-02-28 05:53:17.132170
  • David Flin

The European Commission has given approval for German utility RWE to buy E.ON’s renewable and nuclear power generation assets.

Investment in Australia flowing to renewables, not coal-fired power

  • 2019-02-18 05:41:05.421297
  • David Flin

One of the biggest funders of energy projects in Australia said that coal-fired power generation projects were unlikely to be developed unless there was taxpayer funding involved, as investment continues to flow to renewables.

GE to combine renewable and grid assets into single business unit

  • 2019-01-31 06:18:41.056156
  • David Flin

GE has announced that it plans to consolidate its renewable and grid assets into a single unit. It said that this will help it tap into the global demand for clean energy generation.

Decentralise, decarbonise, devolve: the future of energy

  • 2019-01-04 15:34:33
  • Junior Isles

The energy sector is changing – with numerous factors reshaping an industry that must adapt to rising demand for renewable energy.

By Paul Dight, energy partner at Addleshaw Goddard

Renewables overtake coal in Germany

  • 2019-01-04 06:47:21.481182
  • David Flin

Renewables have overtaken coal as Germany’s main source of energy for the first time, accounting for just over 40 per cent of electricity production.

The end of peak time: readying for the rise of electric vehicles

  • 2019-01-03 14:31:47.145139
  • Junior Isles

Although they are the cleaner and more environmentally-friendly alternative, electric vehicles must still find their place in the UK's rapidly evolving energy grid. The challenge is not that electric vehicles demand more energy than we can supply, it is that they disrupt how that energy is distributed and supplied on our transmission networks.

By David Hall, Vice President Energy, UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric

Doing it for the kids: the future of energy

  • 2019-01-02 17:55:49
  • Junior Isles

Schneider Electric’s research has revealed that Generation Z – those born from around the mid-1990s –  are far less worried about the planet (and their impact upon it) than their parents.  What’s more, they show little regard for a host of environmental issues, from energy saving to reducing plastic waste. 

By David Hall, Vice President Energy, UK and Ireland at Schneider Electric

IEA says renewables will rise to 40 per cent of global power generation

  • 2018-11-19 05:35:20.740692
  • David Flin

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has published its World Energy Outlook (WEO) 2018, in which it said that the share of renewables in global power generation will increase to over 40 per cent by 2040 from the current 25 per cent.

Apollo purchases energy portfolio from GE Capital

  • 2018-10-09 04:18:51.839952
  • David Flin

Apollo Global Management is buying a $1 billion energy portfolio, including unspecified assumed obligations, from GE Capital Energy Financial Services.

Record high for renewables share in UK’s power generation

  • 2018-09-28 04:30:05.745541
  • David Flin

UK Government figures released on 27 September show that the share of renewables in the UK’s electricity generation recorded a record high for the second quarter of 2018, while the share of coal hit a record low.