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16.11.2018 12:21

Spain sets out plan for 100% renewable electricity by 2050

Spain has set out plans to switch entirely to renewable electricity by 2050, with goals that go further than current European Union plans, Independent reports. Under the new strategy, greenhouse gas emissions from Spain would be cut by 90% compared
16.11.2018 11:25

VW to vote on multi-billion electrification plan

Volkswagen’s supervisory board is due to vote on a multi-billion euro investment plan on Friday, including steps to retool three German plants to mass produce electric cars and to explore alliances with battery partners and rival carmakers,
16.11.2018 11:20

US Deparment of Energy Publishes a Report on Subsidies for Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

State-imposed standards and financial incentives such as those used to spur widespread adoption of renewables technologies offer a promising model to address challenges to commercialize small modular reactors, says a report by the U.S. Department
15.11.2018 11:08

European passenger car sales decline by 7.4% in October

New car registrations in Europe declined by 7.4% in October due to low demand in Germany, France, Italy and Spain and as registrations of Audi, Nissan and VW branded vehicles saw sharp declines, monthly auto industry data showed, Reuters reports. Sales
14.11.2018 9:46

European Parliament gives final green light to new EU 32% renewable energy target

The European Parliament today gave its final approval for a binding EU-wide renewable energy target of 32% for 2030. The Parliament cast its final vote of adoption on the Renewable Energy Directive and Governance Regulation, two key parts of Europe’s
07.11.2018 10:29

Green Power Has Overtaken Other Power Sources in Britain

Green energy connected to Britain’s electricity grid increased to a record 42 gigawatts in the third quarter, giving it the largest share of the nation’s energy mix, according to Drax Electric Insights, Bloomberg reports. The roll
07.11.2018 10:23

Start up of the first reactor on Russia's floating nuclear power plant

One of the two reactors aboard Russia's first floating nuclear power plant, Akademik Lomonosov, has achieved a sustained chain reaction for the first time. The second reactor will be started up and tests carried out before the plant is towed to Pevek
31.10.2018 13:42

The European Commission approved a public service obligation for Klaipėda LNG terminal in Lithuania

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules the compensation granted by Lithuania to LITGAS for supplying a mandatory quantity of liquefied natural gas to the LNG terminal in Klaipėda, the press release states. In November 2013,
31.10.2018 11:37

easyJet plans electric planes by 2030

EasyJet, the British-based budget airline, has pledged to develop a fleet of electric planes to cover short-haul routes by 2030, which would effectively reduce carbon emissions and noise from its operations, CNN reports. The carrier is in partnership
31.10.2018 9:36

Energy Northwest invests in solar facility to support nuclear power

The US-based Energy Northwest announced that it is building a 5MW combined solar power and battery storage facility to support nuclear power operations in Richland, Washington, Power Technology reports. This is the second solar project undertaken
30.10.2018 10:20

BP buys the leading EV charging station operator in the UK

BP has announced today in a press release that is set to buy the UK’s largest EV charging company, Chargemaster, which operates over 6,500 charging points across the UK. On completion of the deal, the company will be renamed BP Chargemaster,
30.10.2018 9:36

Fortum and Rolls-Royce complete automation of safety systems at Loviisa NPP

Finnish utility company Fortum and British engineering company Rolls-Royce have completed the biggest single project at the Loviisa nuclear power plant since its construction, World Nuclear News reports. The projects involves the modernisation of
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