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05.12.2018 9:36

Japan to abandon nuclear project in Turkey

A Japan-led public-private consortium is set to abandon a Turkish nuclear power project that had been touted as a model for Tokyo's export of infrastructure, Nikkei reports. The delayed project's construction costs have ballooned to around $44
03.12.2018 11:38

Nordex Group has received its largest ever turnkey order with 475 MW in Sweden

The Nordex Group has received its largest order to date for the N149/4.0-4.5 of its Delta4000 series and the company’s biggest order under which Nordex will also be delivering the civil and electrical balance of plant (BoP) works under an EPC
30.11.2018 10:56

IAEA Mission: Rosenergoatom Observes the Safety Commitments

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Russia’s Rosenergoatom demonstrated a commitment to nuclear safety, while also identifying areas for potential further improvement, a press release states. The Corporate Operational
29.11.2018 9:21

European Transmission System Operators successfully start the Single Allocation Platform

The Single Allocation Platform successfully started operation and provides long-term capacity auctions on all relevant EU borders, the Bulgarian Transmission System Operator - ESO EAD announced. In line with the timeline set by the Commission
28.11.2018 12:35

ENTSO-E released the Winter Outlook Report 20181/19 and Summer Review 2018 reports

ENTSO-E’s Winter Outlook 2018/2019 finds that Europe’s supply of electricity is secured under normal conditions. In case of a cold spell, the situation will need monitoring in an area including Belgium, France, Northern–Italy, Central–Northern
28.11.2018 12:17

Commission approves €600 million in public support for innovative solar power installations in France

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules a measure to support innovative installations for electricity production from solar energy. The measure will further support the EU's energy and climate objectives without unduly distorting
27.11.2018 14:12

France to close 14 nuclear reactors by 2035

The French government will not close any of its nuclear reactors besides Fessenheim before the end of the current presidential mandate which runs until 2022, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday, Reuters reports. In a long-awaited speech
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
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 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
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