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Georgia’s Bitcoin mining “sucking its power grid dry”

6 November 2019

Grey economy businesses “patronised by high-ranking officials” have set up in Svaneti region where locals receive free electricity because of the degree of hardship.

Serbia to invest €1bn to meet EU’s environmental protection standards

28 October 2019

Serbia's ultimate goal is to make all its energy facilities compliant with EU environmental standards, as it aims to join the bloc by 2025.

Enel Russia sells its biggest coal-burning power station as it goes green

24 October 2019

Russia’s biggest foreign-owned utilities company has finally sold its Reftinskaya power station for an undisclosed amount as part of its efforts to “go green” as well as become more profitable.

Wind lobby argues against tariff barriers

22 October 2019

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has called for trade barriers that hurt wind turbine exports to be slashed, arguing that tariff walls could hinder global attempts to mitigate climate change.

Sydney goes green as Australia dithers

22 October 2019

Sydney City Council has put forward ambitious A$60m ($41.2) plans to become 100% green and use wind and solar power at all its properties by 2020.

Green expansion cannot keep pace with emissions, demand growth

22 October 2019

The IEA has raised its five-year green energy expansion forecast to 50%, although this is not enough to rein in emissions

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy announces cooperation with richest Pole on small modular reactor for Synthos

22 October 2019

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has signed an agreement with Poland’s chemical giant Synthos, owned by the richest Pole Michal Solowow, on the potential construction of a small modular reactor.

Ukraine expects to more than double its renewable capacity in 2019

22 October 2019

Ukraine has already been investing heavily in the renewable sector, and the goal of the government's renewable energy strategy is to reach 25% renewables by 2023.

Central Asia’s electricity network – underpowered and fragmented

21 October 2019

Power planners were left with major headaches when the demise of the Soviet Union caused all Central Asian Power System (CAPS) member states to scramble to remake their grids along national lines. However, pan-region ideas are now back in fashion.

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