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Germany's federal cartel office has ruled that payments from TSO Tennet to E.on for the continued operation of its gas-fired power plant units Irsching 4 & 5 (1,391 MW) are unlawful. For about two years, E.on was for redispatch at…
Eager to avert power cuts and load-shedding in the upcoming summer season, the Egyptian cabinet has put its weight behind the opening of a 750 MW combined-cycle gas power plant in the northern outskirts of Cairo. The cabinet stated that…
India is about to take "big leap towards achieving 24x7 power supply for all its citizens," India's coal and power minister Piyush Goyal said, suggesting there would be enough scope in the system to reduce the power tariff along the…
Indian power producers started bidding Tuesday for the Indian government’s feed-gas subsidy. The subsidy will go to the lowest bidders and be used to buy imported natural gas. A subsidy of about US $123 million (INR 792 crore) is required…
The US Supreme Court has set a date in October to decide whether the US energy regulator can set “subsidy-level” demand response prices to let consumers shed loads at peaks. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) was setting demand response prices…
In an effort to alleviate the growing energy crisis in Punjab province, Pakistan's federal government on Tuesday approved to build new power transmission lines to supply electricity from LNG-based power projects with a combined capacity of 2,400 MW to local…
Joint regulation of gas supply and electricity generation in Nigeria has been proposed in a bid to build much-needed additional capacity and finally turn the government's power sector reform into a success story. Dr. Sam Amadi, chairman of the Nigerian…
Though financing from China has helped increase Angola's power generation capacity, over two thirds of the population still has limited or no access to electricity. Main stumbling blocks are the high costs of fossil fuels and electricity distribution as well…
With Gazprom planning to stop gas exports via Ukraine from 2019, the EU energy commissioner Miguel Arias Canete said European buyers are "on the hunt for non-Russian gas". High-level talks are held with a range of alternative supply nations, including…
The latest BDEW list of German power plants, presented at the Hanover Fair 2015, shows that around 53%, or 39 of the power plants planned for construction lack a concrete decision to invest. "If current energy policies continue, Europe's largest…
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