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21. EU Offshore Wind Power: Solid Growth in First Half of 201102.08.2011   13:27 
The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) today published offshore wind energy statistics for the first half year of 2011, showing a comfortable 4.5% increase in installations of offshore capacity compared to the first half of 2010.   101 new offshore wind turbines, with a total capacity of
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22. EC proposes rules to prevent market abuse in wholesale energy markets08.12.2010   15:57 
The European Commission has today proposed rules on wholesale energy markets to prevent market manipulation and insider trading. The Regulation seeks to ensure market transparency by obliging energy traders to respect clear market rules. Wholesale markets, where gas and electricity is traded between
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23. E.ON sells Gazprom stake03.12.2010   10:23 
E.ON has sold the 3.5 percent stake in Gazprom held by its subsidiary E.ON Ruhrgas. E.ON reached an agreement to sell a 2.7 percent Gazprom stake to Vnesheconombank (VEB), Russia’s state-owned investment bank. The payment of the purchase price and the transfer of the stock to VEB are expected
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24. Real estate climate highest since the collapse of Lehman Brothers (DE)31.03.2010   12:52 
Spring is in the air and on the minds of real estate professionals: The survey-based Real Estate Climate that reflects the industry sentiment reported a substantial 6.5% increase up to 90.0 index points (up from 84.6 points the previous month) in the March issue of the monthly King Sturge Real Estate
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20.03.2022  Teodor Bobochikov, Managing Partner, V-Ridium
Energy Transformation – Trends and drivers
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