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Apr 26, 2016
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) on Tuesday lashed out at the Victorian state government over a three-fold increase on royalties paid by the brown coal industry. State Treasurer Tim Pallas over the weekend revealed the new royalty rate, which would be...
Mar 24, 2016
The reality is that countries will not “ditch” fossil fuels until clean energy alternatives are viable, states diversified active asset manager Allianz Global Investors environmental, social and corporate governance analyst Robbie Miles. “Electricity generation, the...
Jan 25, 2016
The demand for intelligent solutions for running a better and more efficient supply business is growing in Turkey. Now one of the world’s leading suppliers of smart metering solutions, Danish Kamstrup, opens a new local subsidiary in Istanbul to provide better...
Nov 27, 2015
Despite the absence of the long awaited Gas Utilisation Master Plan, or Gump, South Africans are nevertheless starting to seriously weigh the future gas options, with a strategic environmental assessment for shale gas development under way and with strong interest...
Nov 19, 2015
Barry MacColl
A senior Eskom official has made the case for the utility playing a more active role in deployment of large- and small-scale renewable-energy solutions in South Africa, suggesting that previous arguments against its participation in the sector were becoming less...
May 12, 2015
The Anglesea coal mine and power station is expected to close at the end of August, after owner Alcoa Australia was unable to secure a buyer for the site. The Anglesea power station previously supplied about 40% of the power needs for the Point Henry smelter, in...
Mar 05, 2014
The Free Market Foundation (FMF) is seeking council in an attempt to mandate government to implement the 1998 White Paper on Energy Policy, which had been adopted under Section 198 of the Constitution, FMF executive director Leon Louw said on Wednesday. During a...
Dec 13, 2013
The Department of Energy (DoE) has called for public comment on an updated version of the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 2010-2030, in which a materially lower demand outlook is projected over the 20-year horizon. In fact, the update anticipates that 6 600 MW less...
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Aug 27, 2012
Austrian electricity provider already generates 90 percent of its power from renewable sources
Apr 06, 2012
Surging demand and a strong need to reduce dependency on expensive coal and oil imports have motivated the recent development of the renewable energy sector in Morocco, creating considerable opportunities for private sector participation, says market research and...
 
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