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Ford CEO calls on US government to support EV batteries, charging

Ford Motor Co's Chief Executive on Wednesday called on the US government to support battery production and charging infrastructure development, as he outlined the automaker's plan to develop electric platforms for its top-selling trucks, vans and SUVs.

read more... 26/02/2021


Oil products caught between Covid and green push

Most forecasts for products demand and prices have been steadily revised upwards as vaccination programmes have got underway and this has created positive market sentiment, Argus' global head of oil products Stephen Jones told the forum held today during the IP Week conference. But, any actual demand recovery will depend on how quickly governments lift lockdown measures. One major unknown is how well the vaccines will deal with new variants of Covid-19.

read more... 24/02/2021


Average prices rise in French large-scale solar tender, 452 MWp awarded

The French government has allocated 452 MWp of capacity in its latest tender for utility-scale solar projects in which the average price rose by 4.7% from the previous call.

read more... 22/02/2021


Neoen wins 81.6 MWp of solar in French tenders

France’s Neoen SA has secured 81.6 MWp of solar projects in government tenders that were completed at its home country in the past few months.

read more... 18/02/2021


UK's 2024,2025 capacity market target cut to 40.1 GW, but year-head target raised

The UK government is seeking to contract 40.1 GW in the next four year-ahead capacity market auction (T-4) for delivery 2024/2025, in an auction due to start March 9, National Grid ESO said Feb. 9.

read more... 10/02/2021