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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

read more... 07/09/2020

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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.

read more... 04/09/2020

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National Grid boss warns Britain risks power blackouts due to a decaying electricity network as he asks Ofgem for right to raise customers' bills

Sheffield is at heightened risk of blackouts, as it is served by just two power lines Should one fail, the city could only rely on the other to provide all of its power National Grid boss John Pettigrew warned older power lines will start to 'decay'

read more... 02/09/2020

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Renewables set UK power generation records in 1H 2020

Wind, solar and biomass provided almost 70% of electricity, Drax report finds

read more... 01/09/2020

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France's H1 wind turbine additions almost halve

A total of 363 MW of new wind turbine capacity started feeding electricity to the French power network in the first half of 2020, new statistics show.

read more... 01/09/2020

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