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Ofgem ‘could save consumers a further £1.7bn in next network price control’

Ofgem could save consumers a further £1.7 billion during the next set of energy network price controls (RIIO-2). That’s the claim from Citizens Advice, which in 2017, found energy networks […]

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Vattenfall kicks off procurement for Norfolk giant

Developer tendering for headline packages at 1.8GW Vanguard project

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Equinor eyes $1 billion gain from offshore wind sale to BP

Norway’s Equinor expects to book a profit of around $1 billion from its sale of a 50% stake in two U.S. offshore wind power developments to BP, a company executive told Reuters on Thursday.

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German rail giant says goodbye to diesel with alternative fuel trials

Deutsche Bahn will test a train running on eco-diesel, which allegedly reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 90%

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First European reactor loads EnCore accident tolerant fuel

Lead test assemblies of EnCore accident tolerant fuel (ATF) have been installed in Engie Electrabel's Doel unit 4 in Belgium, Westinghouse Electric Company and ENUSA Industrias Avanzadas (ENUSA) have announced. Doel 4 is the second commercial nuclear power plant in the world, and the first in Europe, into which EnCore assemblies have been installed.

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