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RusHydro still restores Sayano-Shushenskaya plant

Before the fatal accident in August 2009 where 75 people were killed, the 6,400-MW-hydroelectric plant, Sayano-Shushenskaya, situated in southern Siberia, was the largest hydropower plant in Russia and the sixth largest in the world.

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The North Stream Project

Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian President, gave the start to the construction of an important gas pipeline that will bypass Ukraine, after the conflict caused by supply disruptions in the past. This project will give the chance to win an important gas market share in Europe.

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Carbon-emitting power generation

According to a new study, in the coming years Europe has to make some changes to the energy system in order to succeed in eradicating carbon-emitting power generation. The measures will have as purpose the reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions by 80% until 2050.

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Largest biomass plant to be built in Poland

As GDF Suez stated, a big development project is envisaged for the polish energy market. The world’s largest biomass plant, named Green Unit, will be installed, having a capacity of 190 MW.

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Romania signs a contract with Azerbaidjan and Georgia

On April 13, a new deal was signed between Romania, Georgia and Azerbaijan. This one represents another way to supply the European Union with gas through a project that could be finalized faster than the project proposed by Brussels, named Nabucco.

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