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Britain can meet winter energy demand -National Grid

Oct 11 2018

LONDON Britain will be able to meet power and gas demand this winter, even in the event of an extreme cold snap, National Grid said in its 2018/19 winter outlook report on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Britain can meet winter energy demand -National Grid

Oct 11 2018

* Belgium nuclear situation could impact imports (Updates throughout with details, comment)

Britain can meet winter power, gas demand -National Grid

Oct 11 2018

LONDON, Oct 11 Britain will be able to meet power and gas demand this winter, even in the event of an extreme cold snap, National Grid said in its 2018/19 winter outlook report on Thursday.

SSE, Npower win regulatory nod for energy retail tie-up

Oct 10 2018

LONDON British energy suppliers SSE and Innogy SE's Npower on Wednesday won final regulatory approval for a tie-up of their retail units, clearing the way for the creation of the UK's second-largest retail power provider.

SSE, Npower win regulatory nod for energy retail tie-up

Oct 10 2018

LONDON British energy suppliers SSE and Innogy SE's Npower on Wednesday won final regulatory approval for a tie-up of their retail units, clearing the way for the creation of the UK's second-largest retail power provider.

UPDATE 2-SSE, Npower win regulatory nod for energy retail tie-up

Oct 10 2018

LONDON, Oct 10 British energy suppliers SSE and Innogy SE's Npower on Wednesday won final regulatory approval for a tie-up of their retail units, clearing the way for the creation of the UK's second-largest retail power provider.

Nothing is worse for climate than burning coal: ex U.S. EPA chief

Oct 09 2018

LONDON Science shows that nothing does more to cause climate change than burning coal, a former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on Tuesday, a position in contrast to President Donald Trump's pro-fossil fuel policies.

Rapid, unprecedented change needed to halt global warming - U.N

Oct 08 2018

LONDON/INCHEON, South Korea Keeping the Earth's temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius means making rapid, unprecedented changes in the way people use energy to eat, travel and live or we risk even more extreme weather and loss of species, a U.N. report said on Monday. | Video

UN sehen deutliche Vorteile schärferer Klimaziele

Oct 08 2018

Incheon/Berlin Ein Sonderbericht der UN zeigt die Vorteile schärferer Klimaziele und setzt damit auch die Bundesregierung unter neuen Handlungsdruck.

UPDATE 2-U.N. warns world must take "unprecedented" steps to avert worst effects of global warming

Oct 08 2018

* Global sea level to rise less with a 1.5C hike (Adds IPCC vice chair comments in paragraph 6)

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