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Slovakia seen strengthening energy security, IEA says

The Slovak Republic has made significant progress on several fronts of energy policy, and together with its neighbors and with the support of the European Union, has strengthened cross-border connections for natural gas, oil and electricity.

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UK-Poland launch initiative to drive low emission vehicles growth

The UK and Poland have joined forces to launch a new initiative to accelerate the transition to low emission vehicles.

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Daily (19.11.2018): European electricity prices fell on Friday on stronger wind generation

Oil prices were almost constant on Friday, as the relaunch of Kirkuk oil flows through the Kurdish-controlled pipeline diminished the impact of U.S. sanctions over Iranian exports. Flows resumed at an average daily level of 50,000-60,000 barrels. Brent crude edged 0.2% higher at $66.76 a barrel. WTI crude remained unchanged at $56.46 a barrel.

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E.ON to build 475 MW wind farm in Sweden

E.ON will build a 475-megawatt (MW) wind farm in Sweden, which will be one of the largest onshore wind farms in Europe, the German company announced Friday.

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German coal commission to recommend delaying closures to 2022: report

Germany's coal commission may recommend delaying a first wave of coal plant closures to 2022 rather than 2020, German financial daily Handelsblatt reports based on a leaked draft following Thursday's meeting of the commission.

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