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EnBW invests in renewables despite decline

Despite the decline in renewable energy and electricity trading, EnBW's interim report showed overall progress, however despite much larger sales the result fell by a third.

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Drax takes huge loss on coal

Despite solid progress in the core business, impairments in the coal division have dealt a major blow to British utility Drax.

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Inox denies rumors of insolvency

Rumors have floated in various media that India's Inox was headed for insolvency. The company has now issued a statement to reject these claims.

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Major US utilities reapply to merge

After receiving a flat-out "no" on an acquisition attempt, two major energy companies in the US are attempting to create a "merger of equals" in one of the country's largest wind states.

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Energy investor Invenergy sues Polish utility

The US energy investor believes that the state-controlled Polish utility has violated its power purchasing agreement and is therefore now filing a compensation claim of USD 325 million.

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Trump cannot stop renewable energy in the US

ANALYSIS: The US wants renewable energy even if Donald Trump does not. But it will be a give and take situation, where European renewables companies will have to promise local jobs and investments if they want the US to play ball.

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Zero-subsidy bidders first in line for Dutch offshore wind

Companies prepared to make zero-subsidy bids will be allowed to bid first on two coming offshore wind farms in the Netherlands with a total 700 MW. If no zero-subsidy bids are made, the farms will be tendered in a traditional auction.