Hackers cause another blackout in Ukraine

Power blackouts hit the greater capital region in Ukraine during the coldest time of the year. This happened exactly one year after another, full blown hacker attack against the country's electricity grid. Experts believe the same culprits are behind both incidents.

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E.on CEO announces layoffs

German energy group E.on will make cuts in administration staff as part of a savings strategy for millions.


Dong open to local turbine suppliers in Asia

Siemens Wind Power and MHI Vestas should not feel too confident that Dong Energy's new venture in Asia will mean an abundance of orders, says the company's Chief Strategy Officer. Wind consultant sees the Japanese "typhoon turbine" as a good alternative.

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When Dong's bright summer turned into a dark winter

NEWS ANALYSIS: Even though Denmark's Dong Energy is poised to present a strong 2016 annual report, this does not make up for the fact that this fall offered several unsettling defeats for the company's crucial offshore wind division.


2016 EnergyWatch Quiz

Are you up-to-date with the most important events in the international energy industry in the past year? Have a crack at EnergyWatch's holiday quiz and get the chance to win an Ipad Mini.

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Dong upgrades guidance for the full year

Divesting half of the Race Bank offshore wind farm and strengthened performance in the Oil & Gas division have prompted the Danish energy company to upgrade its forecast for the full-year 2016.