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Final turbine in Masdar and Statoil joint venture arrives in position off Scottish coast
China now is the world's largest investor in renewable energy and will spend $360 billion for clean energy projects by 2020.
Denmark’s Dong Energy is preparing to phase out European coal power plants by 2023 as it moves ahead with a multi-billion dollar renewables investment plan, including the development of the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
The Sheerwind wind turbine promises to produce 6 times the electrical power than traditional wind turbines.
In the press-center of the Energetika & Elekrotechnika Exhibition you can view the photo report of the first day of the event
The UK government plans to close all coal-fired power stations by 2025 and restrict their use by 2023.
The plant will be the world's largest concentrated solar power plant and power one million homes
Construction of Morocco's Noor I solar power plant, is nearing completion near Ouarzazate, Morocco
The European Union is struggling to create what it calls its “energy union.”
Japan is interested in having long-term connections with stable suppliers of clean energy. While Norway has more clean energy than the country can use, Japan’s self-sufficiency rate is only 6 percent.
Led by Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Company's Management Committee, a meeting dedicated to the Baltic LNG project execution was held at the Gazprom headquarters. Taking part in the meeting were Deputy Chairmen and Members of the Gazprom Management Committee, heads and employees of the Company's specialized structural units as well as representatives of Gazprom Export, Gazprom LNG St. Petersburg and Giprospetsgaz.