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VF 159 a
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The last few years have been a period of a considerable strategy refocus for Vattenfall

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SH 150 a
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Although it is a relatively new mode of electricity generation within the country, Finland’s wind power industry has developed solidly in recent times, boosted by government subsidies and supported by the vast majority of the Finnish public

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A reactive response
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As the impact of global climate change continues to be felt there is increasing demand for the development of low-carbon power generation technologies

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Engro powergen Issue 130 a
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Established during 2008 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Pakistani based Engro Corporation, Engro PowerGen represents the first initiative of Engro Corp into the country’s power sector

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Frerk Issue 128a
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A powerful solution With over 50 years of industry experience, Frerk Aggregatebau Germany has developed a leading reputation in the manufacture of electric power supply systems across a broad range of applications. The company was founded during 1964 and has operated at its current location in Schweringen, Northern Germany since

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The end of uk coal fired generation
Features

Phil Hewitt, Director of UK energy industry analysts EnAppSys, gives insight into Energy Secretary Amber Rud’s announcement that the Government will phase out coal fired power stations by 2025 It has been generally accepted within the market for some time now that coal will at some point be forced out

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Infinis Energy
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Initially established in 2006 following a demerger from WRG, Infinis Energy plc has grown through a number of acquisitions to become one of the leading renewable energy suppliers in the UK

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Enduring progress
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Based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital and main financial hub, ACWA Power International has grown exponentially since 2004

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Operating as one of Europe’s largest generators of electricity, as well as one of the continent’s largest producers of heat, the history of Vattenfall reaches back over 100 years to when the company was founded in Sweden during 1909

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News

EnAppSys has published its Q2 2015 review of Great Britain’s energy generation performance across all fuel and renewable types, and it highlighted some important trends with the significant rise in the proportion of GB’s energy generated solar PV, and the issues with the decline in generation from coal-fired power stations.

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