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Europe 2040 – combined gas and electricity network scenarios
Europe’s gas and electricity TSOs have developed joint scenarios on which to base future network planning.
E.ON and RWE agree Innogy deal creating new German energy giants
Innogy acquisition will refocus E.ON on networks and customer solutions and RWE on renewables generation.
Reclosing on underground systems – the damage to distribution feeder lines
UK network operators are resolving faults on underground feeder lines by closing and energising potentially faulted lines. What is the result?
Brexit and energy: Recommendations for the UK government
UK energy sector needs clarity on future policy to protect competitiveness, says committee report.
Energy transition Japan: 'We have to disrupt ourselves,' says TEPCO
Strategic investments in partner companies are helping Japan's largest utility to reinvent itself in a competitive deregulated energy market.
Nuclear power: is small also beautiful?
Commentators have suggested that new nuclear in the UK has missed the boat but is this true for all new nuclear projects?
Could UK have small modular reactors by 2030?
Small modular reactors could support decarbonisation of heating in UK if deployed as CHP.
“Nuclear is South Africa’s only answer to its energy crisis”
Nuclear has to form South Africa’s base load if it wants to avoid an even bigger energy crisis.
Brexit and Britain's energy
Engerati doesn’t foresee a major shift in current UK energy policy in the long term.
Japan’s deregulation: When catastrophe leads to innovation in a stagnant energy market
Japan's nuclear disaster is now presenting new opportunities through the deregulation of its electricity market.