- Weekly renewables M&A round-up (Jan 20-24)
- Conquest invests in 43-MW wind portfolio in Belgium
- ANALYSIS - Offshore wind power expansion in Germany overtakes onshore for 1st time in 2019
- ITM incorporates green hydrogen JV with Linde
- Renewables in Turkey get USD 6.4bn in incentive payments in 2019 - report
- Operations achieved at 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydropower plant between Laos and Thailand
- Holtec, Eos create battery manufacturing JV
- Australia in planning for multiple massive battery projects
- UK closes in on first geothermal power after successful drilling outcome
- Australia hits 2020 large-scale renewables target
- U.S. crude oil production efficiency continues year-over-year improvements
- Opening remarks from Commissioner Simson at the ITRE Committee
- EIA expects U.S. net natural gas exports to almost double by 2021
- EIA projects less than a quarter of the worldâ€™s electricity generated from coal by 2050
- EIA forecasts crude oil prices will fall in the first half of 2020, then rise through 2021
- EIA expects U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions to decrease annually through 2021
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- Press Release - EEX organises first European Dairy Conference in cooperation with the ife Institute Kiel
- EEX Auction News: EU EUA Auction
- Euronext completes the acquisition of Nord Pool
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