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Trump fears Chinese acquisition of US nuclear company

Public officials are worried that nuclear secrets could fall into the hands of Chinese investors should they buy nuclear company Westinghouse, which has applied for bankruptcy protection. For this reason, the US wants to block a sale to China and is examining other options, reports Bloomberg.

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Vattenfall to expand Scottish wind farm

A Scottish wind farm ought to be expanded with 16 new turbines, states Vattenfall, which has started the planning process. It would help Scotland reach its target for half of its energy consumption to come from renewable energy in 2030.

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The battle for British subsidies has begun

The second round of Contracts for Difference (CfD) in the UK has begun and participants will expectedly count Dong, Statoil, and Innogy. The players are keeping quiet about it, but Dong stands to be impeded by a maximum limit for phase-constructed offshore wind.

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TPI signs blade deal with Gamesa

With a new deal in hand, US company TPI Composites Inc will deliver blades to Spanish Gamesa in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

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Green profile will drive Vattenfall's growth

The Swedish energy giant has no plans to bring coal to a complete halt like its fellow market player Dong Energy. But the company says it will focus on becoming increasingly green.

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EU will revise energy labelling

Products have become so energy efficient, that the current labels designating efficiency have become meaningless. The EU will now revise them.

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Energi Danmark has high hopes for Germany

Energi Danmark will increase its workforce in Germany, says the CEO, who suggests the country will grow to become the most important market for the group in the coming years. But expansion will not stop there, he says.

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Xcel makes huge US wind plans

A huge Vestas order will ensure that US energy company Xcel enjoys the full tax rebate on its impending projects, which have now grown to 3.38 GW.