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The new centre-right government in Belgium is considering redesigning a capacity payment mechanism in consultation with neighbouring countries to comply with EU competition rules. Grid operator Elia warns Belgium faces the risk of power cuts this winter as the capacity…
In bid to appease critics, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking stakeholder comments on its proposed carbon dioxide standards for existing power plants. Some federal states and industry groups are adamantly opposing more stringent emission targets, claiming this…
Warning that the UK Energy Market Reform may not realise the full potential of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Generation, the British industry association CHPA is calling on policy makers to extend the small scale Feed-in Tariff capacity threshold in…
Tough critics warned a prolonged outage of the 1,360 MW Didcot B power station could disrupt supply stability, National Grid said in its Winter Outlook 2014/15 gas supplies remained strong after last year's mild winter. Gas-fired capacity remain higher than…
Increases to the price that power producers in India pay for natural gas fuel are set to shake up the electricity market in an attempt to boost power generation in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised the gas…
Evo Morales has declared a landslide re-election victory to serving a third term as Bolivian president. Strong economic growth, mainly based on the natural resources sector, allowed Morales to tackle poverty and improve Bolivia's trade balance which guaranteed him widespread…
The Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK) has terminated the license of Zorlu Enerji's Ankara-based gas power plant after charging the operator together with 11 utilities a total of TL 5.85 million ($2.58 million) for "violating the legislation regulating the…
U.S. federal judges have dismissed a lawsuit driven by the coal lobby in the state of Nebraka against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over more stringent greenhouse gas standards for new power plants, saying the lawsuit had "jumped the gun."
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to phase-out and ban all of the UK's coal-fired power plants without carbon capture within a decade, if they help form the next government.
Projected electricity shortages continue to plague the Philippines power network, with officials forecasting a shortfall of 800 MW by summer next year due to delays in construction works of two gas power plant projects.
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