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  • In Confronting Collapse, author Michael C. Ruppert, a former LAPD narcotics officer turned investigative journalist, details the intricate connections between money and energy, including the ways in which oil shortages and price spikes triggered the economic crash that began in September 2008. Given...

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  • Electricity reform aims to keep the lights on in the cheapest, cleanest wayTransformation of the electricity market took a step forward in July with publication of the coalition government’s Electricity Market Reform White Paper, which set out measures to attract investment, reduce the impact on con...

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  • Providing certainty to UK gas investors Electricity generated from gas still has an important role to play over the coming decades as we transition to a low carbon economy, alongside renewables and new nuclear, UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey said in mid-March, setting out measur...

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  • French authorities have decided that regulated electricity tariffs are anti-competitive. However, while EdF will be concerned by the proposed abolition of the tariffs in the next wave of deregulation, analyst Datamonitor believes the company still retains sufficient market power to protect its domin...

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  • All 250,000 analogue electricity meters on the Island of Malta will be replaced by new smart electronic devices as part of a €70mn smart grid programme to eventually establish a ‘smart utility’ system. The Maltese national electricity and water utilities - Enemalta Coporation (EMC) and Water Se...

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  • The UK government has given consent under Section 36 of the Electricity Act to MGT Power’s planned £500mn Tees renewable energy plant - claimed to be one of the largest ever biomass plants to be built in the world and one of the largest of all renewable energy projects. The 295-MW plant, which will ...

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  • UK Energy Minister Charles Hendry has given the go-ahead for InterGen’s proposals to construct a new 900-MW gas power plant at the London Gateway Logistics Park, Coryton, Essex. The plans are for a new £600mn power station comprising up to two combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) generating units, each...

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  • UK Energy Minister Charles Hendry has given the go-ahead for InterGen’s proposals to construct a new 900-MW gas power plant at the London Gateway Logistics Park, Coryton, Essex. The plans are for a new £600mn power station comprising up to two combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) generating units, each...

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  • German utilities RWE and E.ON have scrapped plans to build two reactors in the UK at Wylfa in Wales and Oldbury in Gloucestershire. The reactors were to be built by the Horizon joint venture, co-owned by RWE and E.ON. But on 29th April Horizon's owners put the business on the market, citing doubts o...

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