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Biomass scandal unleashes UK political crisis

An elections could be looming in Northern Ireland after the country's deputy first minister stepped down in protest of the government's handling of a green subsidy, which has been rocked by allegations of exploitation.

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EU bets more on electricity infrastructure

With the publication of the new list of energy infrastructure projects that the EU Commission plans to support, it is evident that electricity is prioritized over gas. The Danish Energy Association is pleased but demands that the commission be consistent.

The wind industry is squeezed but the future is bright

Politically charged shifts in systems are underway while the supply chain undergoes a complete overhaul. Research manager says the current political uncertainty in the US is the last thing the industry needs. But the challenges are still limited and the industry is largely its own worst enemy.

Rockwool to build factory in Romania

The Danish steel wool manufacturer will spend EUR 50 million to expand its production capacity in eastern Europe, after the government in Romania said it aimed to increase energy efficiency in the country's buildings.

Danish energy trader continues stock market boom

Nordic Power Trading once again succeeded in making solid returns on the electricity market. According to the firm, it is the best performing Nordic hedge fund for the third consecutive year within Nordic electricity on Nasdaq Commodities.

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