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France: 1.8GW Fessenheim nuclear power reactor decommissioned by 2020

The French administration inked a decree to stop power generation by its oldest nuclear reactor - the 1.8GW Fessenheim - by April 2020.

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Daily (12.04.2017): Oil prices upturn following a possible cut of Saudi Arabia production level

Crude oil prices strengthened on Tuesday due to a possible cut of Saudi Arabia production level, with Brent crude futures settling at $56.23 per barrel, up 25 cents from their last close, reaching their highest since March 7.

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UK – leader among G7 countries in terms of carbon emissions reduction

The UK has reduced its carbon emissions more than any of its G7 partners since 1992, while recording stronger economic growth than any other member of the seven-country bloc.

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Poland launches its first nuclear power plant

Last week, the subsidiary of Polish government run company Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE EJ1) declared that it envisages building and running Poland's first nuclear power plant in Lubiatowo-Kopalino and Żarnowiec. The work started last month.

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ABB and Prysmiam win IFA2 Interconnection Contracts

National Grid UK and France’s Réseau de Transport d’Electricité (RTE) have awarded contracts with a combined value of around EUR 620 million for the supply of cables and converter stations for the IFA2 interconnector, to Swiss-based player ABB and cable specialist Prysmian Group.

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