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#TSO achieves #Homologation of its flexible solar panels in #Dubai

#TSO achieves #Homologation of its flexible solar panels in #Dubai

| January 9, 2019

TSO, The South Oracle, arrived at the end of 2018 with good news: the homologation by DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority) of its ultralight flexible solar panels. Therefore, it has become the first company offering a flexible panel within the Emirate of Dubai, where an ambitious project has been developed since last October.   […]

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Commission welcomes political agreement on conclusion of #CleanEnergyForAllEuropeans package

Commission welcomes political agreement on conclusion of #CleanEnergyForAllEuropeans package

| December 21, 2018

New rules for making the EU’s electricity market work better have been provisionally agreed by negotiators from the Council, the European Parliament and the European Commission. This concludes the political negotiations on the Clean Energy for All Europeans package and is a major step towards completing the Energy Union and combatting climate change, delivering on […]

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Deal on #EUElectricityMarket rules to benefit both consumers and environment

Deal on #EUElectricityMarket rules to benefit both consumers and environment

| December 21, 2018

Parliament and Council negotiators agreed to move ahead towards a real European electricity market  The creation of a genuine EU electricity market to better integrate renewable energy was provisionally agreed between MEPs and EU member states this week. An overhaul of EU electricity market rules was informally agreed to tackle barriers to cross-border trade of […]

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#Norway – After #COP24 real work starts

#Norway – After #COP24 real work starts

| December 20, 2018

UN Climate Change Conference (COP24) participants in Katowice, Poland, have concluded the three-year international negotiations by agreeing on a joint rule book to implement the Paris agreement that will take effect in 2024. The agreements reached will apply equally both to developed and developing countries in assessing and reporting greenhouse gas emissions, global performance assessment […]

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#StateAid – Commission approves reductions in renewable electricity and cogeneration surcharges for energy-intensive companies in Greece

#StateAid – Commission approves reductions in renewable electricity and cogeneration surcharges for energy-intensive companies in Greece

| December 20, 2018

The European Commission has approved, under EU state aid rules, reductions granted to energy-intensive companies on a surcharge to finance support for renewable electricity production and high-efficient cogeneration in Greece. Greece provides support to renewable electricity and high-efficient cogeneration of electricity and heat. This support is financed through a surcharge imposed on final electricity consumers […]

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#StateAid – Commission approves €600 million in public support for innovative solar power installations in #France

#StateAid – Commission approves €600 million in public support for innovative solar power installations in #France

| November 29, 2018

The European Commission has approved under EU state aid rules a measure to support innovative installations for electricity production from solar energy. The measure will further support the EU’s energy and climate objectives without unduly distorting competition in the Single Market. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, in charge of competition policy, said: “Our future will be powered by […]

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Closure of #Fessenheim cannot hide nuclear agenda of French government – quote from #MichèleRivasi

Closure of #Fessenheim cannot hide nuclear agenda of French government – quote from #MichèleRivasi

| November 28, 2018

On 27 November, French President Macron (pictured) announced the closure of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant in 2020 and other nuclear plants by 2035. However, the closure of just 4-6 reactors by 2030 will in effect see several operations prolonged beyond their safe limits of 40 years. Michèle Rivasi, spokesman on nuclear power for the […]

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