Fossil Fuels

SolarPower Europe Demands EU Windfall Measures to Target Actual Profits Only

Trade body SolarPower Europe has said that windfall revenue measures of power generators in Europe should target actual profits only and make an exemption for renewables that do not make windfall profits. It “should therefore not be subject to windfall measures,” it further added. The move comes even as energy prices across Europe test new […]

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Coal Mining Company NLCIL Signs MoU For RE Projects With APDCL

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by coal mining company NLC India Ltd and Assam Power Distribution Company Limited (APDCL). It may be noted that Tamil Nadu based NCL India Ltd and APDCL- fully owned by the Assam Government, are Navratna public sector organisations. According to the agreement, the objective of the MoU […]

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Germany Looks At Rapid Renewable Energy Expansion

The German government is looking to come up with a major package of reforms that would give speed to renewable power generation. Speaking in a renewable energy industry event, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said that his government wants to end supplies of fossil fuels from Russia considering its armed conflict with Ukraine. The European […]

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NLC issues tender for 100 MW ISTS-connected solar projects

Chennai-based thermal energy giant NLC India has issued a tender to set up 100 MW ISTS (Inter State Transmission System) connected solar power project on pan India basis with Operation & Maintenance (O&M) for 3 years. NLC India Limited is a government-owned-fossil fuel miner and thermal power generator under the ownership of Ministry of Coal, […]

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Neoen sees bigger appetite for RE as Europe shuns Russian power

French renewable power producer Neoen should benefit from more demand for green energy in Finland, Italy and France as Europe looks to become independent from Russian gas, the company’s chief executive said on Monday. The European Union has announced plans to expand its clean energy capacities as it looks to cut dependency on Russian gas […]

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Focusing Only on Renewables a ‘Fatal Mistake’: Saudi Energy Minister

The Saudi energy minister said on Sunday that focusing only on renewable power sources was a mistake and that the world may not be able to produce all the energy needed for economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. “The pandemic and the recovery underway have taught us the value of caution,” said Prince Abdulaziz bin […]

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EU Works for Timely Realisation of 300MW Offshore Wind Target

In a report adopted by the European Parliament, the Members of European Parliament (MEPs) have charted out a roadmap on faster deployment of offshore wind in the continent to timely arrest global warming and climate change. This is in line with the ‘EU Offshore Renewable Energy Strategy’ that sets out the goals of reaching 60 […]

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