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  • Norwegian utility Statkraft has chosen FAME Information Services’ database technology as its core market database for research and market modelling. Statkraft is Norway’s largest hydroelectric power producer, with an annual production capacity exceeding 42 TWh - about one-third of the country’s hydr...

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  • The UK government has announced plans to ensure the future of the feed-in tariffs (FITs) scheme to make it more predictable. Transparency, longevity and certainty are at the heart of the new improved scheme, which provides a subsidy, paid for by all consumers through their energy bills, enabling sma...

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  • Pumped storage plant for India, upgrade for Portugal A 1 GW variable speed pumped storage hydropower plant is to be built on the river Bhagirathi in the state of Uttarakhand, India. The €285mn plant will be constructed with Alstom and Hindustan Construction Company for Tehri Hydro Development C...

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  • ‘Renewable energy shows great potential for contributing to the solution of some of today’s energy security and environmental challenges, but more attention must be paid to what is really happening with renewable energy policies and markets, with particular consideration given to cost-effectiveness,...

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  • Smaller nuclear reactors may hold big promise Vast amounts of new power generation capacity will be needed globally in the years ahead both as a result of growth of GDP in the developing world and the developed world’s need to replace existing generation plant which is nearing end of life. According...

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  • Feed-in Tariffs row defused with proposals for stabilityThe long-running and highly divisive saga over government cuts to the Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs) that it pays for power from small-scale renewables installations - see Energy World February 2012 - reached a quieter phase with a new consultation fro...

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  • Mounting concerns about climate change and the challenges of increasing oil production are prompting the energy industry to dramatically increase its efforts to broaden the energy mix, according to a round-table discussion at the World Energy Congress in Montréal in September. The round table of fiv...

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  • Norsk Hydro is to sell its Swedish power trading company Hydro Kraft to the Swiss energy company EGL for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition complements EGL’s existing activities in the Nordic market and will make it the fourth largest power supplier in Sweden.

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  • ‘The Copenhagen Accord and the agreement among G20 countries to phase out subsidies are important steps forward. But, these moves still fall a very long way short of what is required to set us on the path to a truly sustainable energy system,’ said Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the Internation...

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  • Even with policy measures to tackle climate change enacted by governments around the world, global primary energy demand will increase by around 36% between 2008 and 2035, at a rate of 1.2% per year on average. This is a central finding of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual World Energy ...

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