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UPDATE 2-Norway's Aker Horizons to take 75% stake in Mainstream Renewable Power

Jan 19 2021

* Aker Horizons owner Aker shares rise 8% (Adds quotes, detail, bullet points, updates shares)

Analysts raise EU carbon price forecasts after bull run

Jan 18 2021

LONDON Analysts have raised their European carbon market average price forecasts for 2021 and 2022 after record highs this month on growing confidence in the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) and soaring gas prices that drove up the cost of carbon permits.

Workers at Britain's Centrica to stage new series of one-day strikes

Jan 12 2021

LONDON Workers at Centrica's British Gas will stage a second series of five one-day strikes in protest over proposed changes to work conditions, the GMB trade union said on Tuesday.

Science must determine company climate targets, say executives

Jan 11 2021

LONDON Companies must listen to scientists and align their plans to reach net zero targets with a global pact to fight climate change, executives told a Reuters Next conference on Monday. | Video

Companies must set climate targets in line with science - executives

Jan 11 2021

LONDON Companies must listen to scientists and align their plans to reach net zero targets with a global pact to fight climate change, executives told a Reuters Next conference on Monday.

REUTERS NEXT-Companies must set climate targets in line with science - executives

Jan 11 2021

LONDON, Jan 11 Companies must listen to scientists and align their plans to reach net zero targets with a global pact to fight climate change, executives told a Reuters Next conference on Monday.

EU price on pollution hits record high in early 2021

Jan 05 2021

BRUSSELS/LONDON The price of permits on the European Union carbon market has soared to record levels in the first trading days of the year, hiking costs for polluters as the EU prepares measures to enforce deeper emissions cuts.

Climate could pay the price as Europe's nuclear plants age

Dec 23 2020

LONDON Nuclear power capacity able to supply roughly 60 million homes is scheduled to close this decade as utilities struggle to replace northwest Europe's ageing reactors, raising the risk of higher carbon emissions as fossil fuels plug the gap.

Climate could pay the price as Europe's nuclear plants age

Dec 23 2020

(This Dec 21 story corrects name to Froggatt from Froggart; in paragraph 13 changes energy to electricity.)

CORRECTED-RPT-ANALYSIS-Climate could pay the price as Europe's nuclear plants age

Dec 23 2020

LONDON, Dec 21 Nuclear power capacity able to supply roughly 60 million homes is scheduled to close this decade as utilities struggle to replace northwest Europe's ageing reactors, raising the risk of higher carbon emissions as fossil fuels plug the gap.

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