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E.ON oil, gas, and power division increases profits to £208m

In the first six months of 2014 E.ON's UK oil, gas, and power division recorded profits of £208m, up from £159m in the same period of 2013.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Aug 2014
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German solar market drives European demand for smart inverters

Datamonitor's "European Solar Integration Issues" (EN00037-084) looks at strategies used in European power markets for coping with the rapid growth of PV and the role of smart inverters.

Published By Datamonitor
31 Jul 2013
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Major French electricity users unhappy at cost disadvantage compared to Germany

French large energy users are lobbying the government to restructure electricity tariffs. Comparisons with Germany appear to reveal large disparities, placing French industry at a disadvantage; however, no action has yet been taken by the French regulator to address these concerns.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Feb 2013
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Geothermal could account for a significant amount of UK energy if government support is increased

Deep geothermal energy in the UK has the potential to accommodate an installed capacity of 9.5GW of electrical power and 100GWth of heat to the nation's consumers, according to the Renewable Energy Association and a new report by engineering consultants Sinclair Knight Merz. Realizing this, however, will require government buy-in.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jun 2012
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Will Europe follow the US's lead on Chinese solar panel imports?

The US Department of Commerce has found the Chinese government to have been "unfairly" subsidizing its solar panel manufacturing industry, and is imposing punitive tariffs on imports of this technology from the country. It is yet to be seen whether Europe will follow suit.

Published By Datamonitor
22 May 2012
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A costly and abrupt retreat from nuclear in Germany

March 11 marked the first anniversary of Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster. This has caused a particularly marked policy response in Germany, where the decision has been made to abandon nuclear energy by 2022 at an estimated cost of E1.7tn by 2030. The decision appears to be motivated by political considerations rather than factual assessment.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Mar 2012
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Germany's decision on nuclear could open Europe's doors to Gazprom

Germany's decision to phase out nuclear power by 2022 is largely behind RWE's 39% fall in half-year profits. At the very least, the decision will increase Germany's reliance on coal, French (nuclear) power, and Russian gas by 20 billion cubic meters per year. Most worryingly, if unchallenged, it could give Gazprom the keys to European downstream power generation assets.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Aug 2011
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CommentWire

Green investment down in Europe, but long-term prospects still strong

A report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance found that financial investment in large-scale renewable energy in Europe fell by 22% in 2010, and new financial investment in renewables in developing nations overtook that in developed nations. However, despite some immediate challenges, Datamonitor believes that Europe will fare better in attracting financial investment into renewables in the long term.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Jul 2011
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CommentWire

Germany's big renewable move gets financial backing

Germany's ambitious plan to move away from nuclear and toward renewable energy by 2022 at an estimated cost of around E90bn has received the backing of the European Investment Bank, which has agreed to fund 15% of the required investment. However, Datamonitor is less confident, and believes Germany will be an important global test case for the rapid transition to a non-nuclear low-carbon economy.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Jul 2011
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CommentWire

Europe: RWE and Iberdrola close the door on potential merger

It has come to light that talks between Europe's fifth- and sixth-largest utilities RWE and Iberdrola were ended just before the companies planned to announce them. At the start of 2011, the two were engaged in discussions over the creation of what would have been Europe's largest power generation company. However, these plans were dropped amid concerns over political and market reactions.

Published By Datamonitor
13 May 2011

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