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Germany takes unprecedented step to support heat-stricken energy sector

In an attempt to prevent a dramatic shortage in electricity production in central Germany, authorities have now authorized the usage of unusually warm river water to cool power plants. In Scandinavia, the prospect of rain provides a little room to breathe in a strained energy sector.

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Gas giant fined for market manipulation

Vitol is being fined for having purchased gas at artificially low prices on the French wholesale market. Danish Utility Regulator Director General Carsten Smidt says the case is big and important, but the company denies blame.

LM will help Goldwind enter global market

The turbine blade manufacturer has received its largest contract to date with China's biggest wind turbine producer and will supply blades for installations in China as well as internationally.

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