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CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-EU carbon price hits over 10-year high on Brexit extension hopes

Apr 11 2019

LONDON, April 10 The benchmark European Union carbon price hit a more than 10-year high on Wednesday, on expectations Britain will get a delayed exit from the EU which will mean it stays in the bloc's emissions trading system for longer.

EU carbon price hits over 10-year high on Brexit extension hopes

Apr 10 2019

LONDON The benchmark European Union carbon price hit a more than 10-year high on Wednesday, on expectations Britain will get a delayed exit from the EU which will mean it stays in the bloc's emissions trading system for longer.

UK competition authority clears RWE purchase of stake in E.ON

Apr 08 2019

LONDON Britain's Competition Markets Authority said on Monday it had cleared German utility RWE's purchase of rival E.ON's renewables business and nuclear electricity generation assets.

Global carbon emissions hit record high in 2018: IEA

Mar 26 2019

LONDON Global energy-related carbon emissions rose to a record high last year as energy demand and coal use increased, mainly in Asia, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.

Canadian CO2 removal firm secures finance to expand

Mar 21 2019

LONDON Canada-based Carbon Engineering has exceeded its financing target which will enable it to deploy its first commercial operation to remove carbon dioxide directly from the air, it said on Thursday.

EDF Energy extends outages at UK's Hunterston B nuclear plant

Mar 19 2019

LONDON EDF Energy, owned by France's EDF, has extended outages at two nuclear reactors at its Hunterston B plant in Scotland while it waits for Britain's nuclear regulator to assess their safety cases.

EDF Energy extends outages at UK's Hunterston B nuclear plant

Mar 19 2019

LONDON, March 19 EDF Energy, owned by France's EDF, has extended outages at two nuclear reactors at its Hunterston B plant in Scotland while it waits for Britain's nuclear regulator to assess their safety cases.

Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban 'scrubbers'

Mar 19 2019

LONDON More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water into the sea, one of the cheapest options for meeting new environmental shipping rules.

UPDATE 2-EDF Energy extends outages at UK's Dungeness B21, B22 nuclear reactors

Mar 08 2019

LONDON, March 8 EDF Energy, owned by France's EDF, has extended outages of its two Dungeness nuclear reactors in Britain by about six months to complete inspections on steam pipes and corrosion repairs, it said on Friday.

MHI Vestas says Brexit will not deter investment in Britain's wind sector

Mar 07 2019

LONDON Japanese-Danish joint venture MHI Vestas plans to continue investing in its wind turbine blade manufacturing plant in Britain, despite the country's impending departure from the European Union, its chief executive told Reuters.

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