Regulation & Policy
The transformation of the energy sector to meet low carbon policy objectives in OECD countries requires novel approaches to capacity planning and better geographic deployment of renewables, Bain & Company said in a report compiled on behalf of the World…
Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's minister of economic affairs and energy, has joined Chancellor Angela Merkel in opposing proposals for capacity payments to prop up loss-making fossil power plants.
Iranian authorities are floating plans to convert all single-cycle plants in the country to combined cycle operation over the next two years, as part of a strategy to improve efficiency and boost gas use for power generation.
The power ministry of India has been forced to alter and adapt a proposal to pol prices of domestic and international gas after the oil ministry warned there is no additional output available from NELP fields until March 2017.
In a bid to reduce oil imports and safeguard foreign currency reserves, the Pakistani government has placed a cap on oil consumption for power generation and instead supports the construction of about 21,000 MW of new gas- and coal-fired capacity…
The government of Indonesia has announced plans to back local developers and invest in new power plants, in a bid to add 35,000 MW of capacity to the grid. A policy change will mandate a minimum 40% of local contribution…
Inundated by a wave of public comments to its carbon rules, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided to push back the publication of rules for newly built power plants, due by law this Friday, until "mid-summer".
Electricity generators and utilities in New England are petitioning the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to remove demand response as a resource in capacity markets, claiming that it may lead to the closure of plants.
Britain's first ever capacity auction has come at a high price, critics say after the government confirms it will pay £960 million under capacity contracts awarded to 46 generators to ensure fossil plants will provide backup power in the winter…
Plans by the Scottish Government to reduce carbon intensity from 271 grams of CO2 per kilowatt hour to 50g CO2/kwh by 2030 may be achievable without the use of CCS technology, according to a new study from research consultancy DNV-GL.
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