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Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF

Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF EDF is supposedly ready to move away from the Sizewell C nuclear power project. Some of the UK’s largest unions sent a letter to the Business Secretary warning the future of the plant will be in jeopardy if the government delays a government investment decision (GID). This choice…
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UK puts its focus on speeding up the energy transition.

UK puts its focus on speeding up the energy transition. It is time for the UK to put its main focus on speeding up the energy transition. That’s the proposition from Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng who addressed hundreds of delegates of The Big Zero Show at Coventry Building Society Arena: “With gas prices at record…
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North Sea projects scrapped?

North Sea projects scrapped? The fufillment of a windfall tax on oil and gas firms’ profits has reportedly made some reexamine their new fossil fuel projects in the North Sea. The Telegraph has announced that the Norwegian energy company Equinor is reviewing its plan to drill for oil and gas in the North Sea, in…
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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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UK spent £5.1 billion on Russian energy imports

UK spent £5.1 billion on Russian energy imports £5.1 billion was spent on Russian energy imports by the UK in the year to April 2022. That’s according to a current research discussion report from the House of Commons, which implies the imports from Russia made up 22% of coal, 9% of oil and 4% of…
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Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed

Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed The world’s energy transition to renewables is not happening. That’s one of the findings of the REN21’s Renewables 2022 Global Status report, which suggests the global shift to lower-carbon energy sources is not up to speed and may make it difficult for the world…
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European & Mediterranean regulators unite in energy shift

European & Mediterranean regulators unite in energy shift: The energy sector is currently facing a major transformation which implies multiple challenges, such as price surge and security of supply concerns and increasing energy poverty as well as many opportunities like digitalisation in light of the Clean Energy Package, as well as the transformation of heating…
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Red paint sprayed on Treasury to protest against oil and gas plans

Red paint sprayed on treasury to protest against oil and gas plans The Treasury buildings have been sprayed by climate activists protesting against the government’s plans to give the go ahead to new oil and gas projects. The symbolic move is targeted at showing that the government is guilty, according to Just Stop Oil campaigners,…
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Stake bought by UK in Sizewell C nuclear power station

Stake bought by UK in Sizewell C nuclear power station A 20% stake will be taken in the expected Sizewell C nuclear power project in Suffolk by the government. in the past £100 million was committed by the ministers for the progress and development of the Sizewell C nuclear plant. The Prime Minister in the…
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SSE Renewables wind farm slimmed down by birds.

SSE Renewables wind farm slimmed down by birds.

SSE Renewables wind farm slimmed down by birds. SSE Renewables has validated its new plan to cut the overall area for its proposed Berwick Bank Wind Farm by around 20%. One of multiple measures being taken by the team to diminish potential effects on ornithology as well as benthic and shellfish ecology is to alter…
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