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UK Recycles Decommissioned Nuclear Cargo Vessel
The UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority said on 12 October Nuclear Transport Solutions, which operated Oceanic Pintail, had set Dales Marine Services the challenge of ensuring 98% of the former nuclear cargo vessel was reused.
France Makes Nuclear Offer to Poland
France's EDF has made an offer to the Polish government to build as many as six EPR units.
German Industrial Power Prices Hit New High
German industrial power prices have reached another record high, energy-intensive industry association VIK said.
Nuclear Power Plant
Estonia does not Rule out Joining Nuclear Energy Statement
Estonia did not join a joint statement made by nine EU countries in support of France, in which the countries backed the use of nuclear energy as a reliable energy source to secure a low-carbon future.
Macron Commits to SMR Reactors and Green Hydrogen by 2030
French President Emmanuel Macron said that by 2030 France must be a leader in carbon-free power generation, placing the focus squarely on nuclear energy and green hydrogen.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Europe’s Second Largest River is Set to be Decarbonised through TECO 2030 Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Europe’s second longest river, the Danube, is set to be decarbonised through a new supply agreement which could see TECO 2030 hydrogen fuel cells supplied to Chemgas Shipping.
Protium to Develop Teesside’s Largest Green Hydrogen Project
A new 40MW hydrogen project in Teesside, UK, is set to significantly boost the net zero capabilities of the region with this project marking the area’s largest green hydrogen project to date.
Northern Ireland Gas Storage Project Secures Greenlight as Prices Skyrocket
The UK government has approved the construction of a gas energy storage project in Northern Ireland amidst an energy crisis caused by natural gas supply constraints.
Aker to Develop Scotland’s First Offshore Wind Underwater Substation
Aker Offshore Wind has outlined plans to utilise Scotland’s first offshore wind underwater substation as part of its bids for major offshore windfarms.
Coal-Fired Power Plants
Bulgaria Mulls 2040 for the End of Coal
The government is considering three possible deadlines for the closure of coal-fired power plants – by 2035, 2038 or 2040, Energy Minister Andrey Zhivkov has announced, as quoted by Bulgarian National Radio.
Natural Gas Prices Plunge As Putin Promises More Supply
Natural gas futures mercifully slipped 10% on Wednesday after Russian President Vladimir Putin promised that the gas-rich nation would send more natural gas to Europe.
Net Zero Electricity Grid by 2035 Target Announced to ‘Strengthen Britain’s energy security’
The UK has set a new 2035 target for fully decarbonising the electricity system following a tumultuous period for the sector.
Shell Green Hydrogen Team Seals Grant Support
Refhyne 2 project is aiming to develop a 100MW electrolyser to be deployed in Germany
Western Balkan Countries are in Global Top 10 in Coal’s Power Output Share
Kosovo* is ranked second in the world for its share of coal in domestic electricity production, trailing only Botswana. Serbia and BiH are seventh and tenth, respectively, on a global scale, higher even than China.
Electricity Price Hike of up to 135 Percent Announced in BiH, Serbia
Companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia have received announcements from their suppliers that the price of electricity would increase as high as 70-135 percent.
Energy Crunch: Three more UK Power Firms Collapse
Turkey's Energy Import Bill up 104% in August 2021
Former US Vice President Rescues Octopus Energy from Unstable UK Market
GIG, TotalEnergies and RIDG to Participate in ScotWind Leasing Round
US Smart Electric Grid Projects Receive $11m Boost
EU Countries Grapple with Response to Energy Price Spike