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The Dutch green party is the election's biggest winner

The conservative party responsible for kickstarting Dutch offshore wind development will carry on as The Netherlands' largest party after a national election. However, it may govern on shaky ground after its coalition partners were eliminated.

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Vestager: This is why Gazprom was not fined

It was a choice between a fine or changing practices, says the EU's Competitions Commissioner Margrethe Vestager in a comment on why Gazprom was not ultimately fined in a major competitions case about to be closed.

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EU Commission sends Gazprom deal to market hearing

Gazprom has made so many concessions, that the EU Competitions Commissioner Margrethe Vestager now believes that the Russian company has complied with the EU's rules. Before the case is closed, it will be sent to market consultation.

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Nordic hydrogen company challenges the electric car

While auto manufacturers have hesitantly embraced hydrogen technology, Danish-Norwegian tech company Nel Hydrogen has maintained faith in the technology. This led to a large order in California, while the company's Danish facility will soon grow to 15 times its current capacity.

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Danish developer puts pension money in Brazilian solar project

This summer, two years of construction will begin to provide Brazil with 180 MW in solar panel plants. Denmark's European Energy, along with several pension funds, is behind the plants and might be headed in the direction of wind turbine investments as well.

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Poland to block the EU's carbon market reform

Proposed reforms of the EU's ETS scheme could wind up in the EU courts. Poland is strongly opposed to the reform and will not rule out legal action in order to see the changes rolled back after they are voted in.

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Danish-German grid issues worsened last year

New figures confirm historically low capacity on the cable connection between southern Denmark and Germany. This is negatively impacting exports for Danish electricity producers.

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Vattenfall: The situation is getting more and more hopeless

Denmark's Southern Jutland region provided around 0.5 percent of the Danish wind development over the past three years. Tuesday, a 80 MW project was shot down by politicians. Vattenfall is disappointed in the lack of impartiality at the local level and the lack of national political support.