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French recovery bets on hydrogen

€100bn plan to get economy back on track will include support mechanism for green fuel

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Apple to get power from 2 giant turbines in Esbjerg

Apple Inc yesterday said it will be buying power for its data centre in Viborg, Denmark from two 200-metre-tall wind turbines in the seaport town of Esbjerg.

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Giant onshore wind farm in Austria granted €107.4m

The 143MW wind farm will generate enough electricity to power around 90,000 homes

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Daily (04.09.2020): Oil prices fell on Thursday, with Brent at its lowest settlement since July 31 amid gloomy demand outlook

Crude oil prices extended losses on Thursday amid persistent concerns about the demand outlook a day after weak U.S. gasoline demand data. The market picture remains focused on muted demand growth in the United States and elsewhere, while global producers began to bring more supply into the market last month. In this context, Brent crude for November delivery declined slightly by 36 cents, or 0.8%, to settle at $44.07 a barrel, the lowest settlement since July 31. U.S. WTI crude for October delivery lost 14 cents, or 0.3%, to close at $41.37 a barrel, the lowest level since August 7.

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Baltic States agree to block nuclear power from Belarus

The ministries responsible for the energy sector in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have reached an agreement to cease electricity trading with Belarus when it commissions its nuclear power plant and to introduce a system of certificates stating the origin of electricity.

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