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1st turbine installed at Scottish wind farm extension

1st turbine installed at Scottish wind farm extension: A leading renewables firm has successfully erected the first of 15 wind turbines at a major new wind farm that will bolster Scotland’s drive towards net zero. Image: Rachel Allum, Principal Development Planner at Banks Renewables The structure, totaling 156m in height, has now been installed, kicking…
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Energy prices in Australia to remain high until 2026

Energy prices in Australia to remain high until 2026: Research from Cornwall Insight Australia’s Benchmark Power Curve (BPC)1, which looks at power prices up until 2042, has forecast that all states in the National Electricity Market (NEM) will have an annual median price of around $200/MWh, up until FY2025. These high prices are expected to…
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Race in onshore energy networks

Race in onshore energy networks: UK’s onshore electricity network market will soon undergo a serious overhaul. The government has revealed details of the meeting on the introduction of a framework that would give access to competition in onshore electricity networks. Currently, electricity network companies are liable for building, owning and operating electricity network infrastructure, ensuring it’s ready to meet the energy…
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Energy Security Bill brought into Parliament today

Energy Security Bill brought into Parliament today: Announced as part of the Queen’s Speech to shift the UK to cleaner energy, the Energy Security Bill is going to be introduced by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng into Parliament. The government has said that this Bill, containing 26 measures, will deliver £100 billion in private sector investment…
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Mr Sharma visits Turkey following solar plant investment

Mr Sharma visits Turkey following solar plant investment: Alok Sharma the COP26 President is presently visiting Turkey to count on the Glasgow Climate Pact and inspect progress on a new solar farm that the UK heavily invested in. Alok Sharma is gathering with Turkish Ministers for Environment, Climate Change and Energy throughout the trip. He…
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Muuvo & Rebel Energy supply fair costs & green energy

Muuvo & Rebel Energy supply fair costs & green energy: Free to use platform Muuvo partners with Rebel Energy to provide fair pricing and green and sustainable energy solutions Muuvo, the fast growing, free to use, utility technology platform has partnered with Rebel Energy to offer tenants and home movers a fixed price green energy…
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Irish forecast Q2 2022 All-Island Power Market Outlook

Irish forecast Q2 2022 All-Island Power Market Outlook: Cornwall Insight‘s newest All-Island Power Market Outlook to 2030 report gives a taster of the insights from its Q2 All-Island Forward Curve report. Changes to the SEM, GB and European Markets during the last quarter have been included into its models, containing delays in commissioning and new…
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19 km so far at ‘Scotland’s largest’ offshore wind farm

19 km so far at ‘Scotland’s largest’ offshore wind farm: The setting up of 19 kilometres of onshore cabling work for Scotland’s biggest offshore wind farm has ended. The Seagreen Wind Farm is presently under construction about 27 kilometres off the Angus Coastline and is a joint venture project between SSE Renewables and TotalEnergies. It…
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Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero

Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero Europe can’t become net zero without the help of nuclear.. That’s the message conveyed by Finnish Minister of Economic markets, Mika Lintilä at the Nordic Nuclear Forum in Helsinki. “Nuclear power plays a key role in clean energy production and Finland‘s aim to reach carbon-neutrality by…
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