Ørsted takes over British battery project

The Danish utility wants to join the club of battery owners in the UK and will now follow in the footsteps of firms such as Centrica, EDF and E.on, as the firm plans to have a 20 MW project near Liverpool.

Green investments decline to lowest level in 18 months

Global solar power markets are in dire straits and this contributed to dragging down total investment decisions for renewable energy projects in the first quarter of the year. But the European offshore wind market is expected to soon pick up the pace.

Fortum wins solar contract

Finnish utility Fortum will build what it refers to as the largest solar panel system for roofing in the history of Nordic countries.

US checks all-of-the-above on list of energy types

The US needs all types of power generation, says the country's secretary of energy, although he does not rule out that the United States might have to declare a state of emergency in order to secure state subsidies for ailing coal and nuclear power plants.

German operator to open floodgate of power exports to and from Denmark

It emerged just a week ago that the EU Commission will investigate whether or not it violates EU competition regulations that Tennet has limited the access of Danish electricity to Germany. The firm has now responded and lobby organization Danish Energy its excited about the reaction.

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