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Ofwat revokes Tor Water’s licence

It comes after South West Water told the regulator last month that it has terminated Tor Water’s wholesale contract due to ‘a series of outstanding undisputed payments’

France’s ENGIE inks renewable PPA in Spain

It will supply more than 400GWh of electricity annually to FORTIA, a company that manages the supply of energy for large industrial corporations

Shell collaborates with i-Tech 7 on subsea digitalisation

The technology agreement is initially for a period of five years

UN launches ‘world’s largest platform’ for air quality data

Air pollution not only affects people’s health but also the ecosystems and food production and is linked to climate change

Environment protection key consideration when evaluating nuclear waste disposal sites

A Geological Disposal Facility will put waste hundreds of metres deep underground and will only be built where there is both a ‘willing community and a suitable site’

EU Energy Committee calls for priority projects to be aligned with 2050 climate goals

MEPs say the Trans-European Network-Energy regulation was set up in 2013 before the Paris climate deal was adopted and several developments have since significantly changed the landscape for energy policy

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Hydrogen energy projects win share of £90m government funding

Hydrogen is a low or zero emission alternative to fossil fuels, which could be used to power industry and transport

Japanese firm invests in UK-based Winch Energy

The company develops and operates autonomous mini generation and distribution systems comprised of solar panels, battery storage and smart meters

Greencoat Renewables buys Irish wind farm for €35.4m

The Letteragh Wind Farm consists of eight turbines and has been operational since December 2019

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Shell agrees supply deal from ‘Europe’s largest’ battery project

The 100MW Minety project, backed by China Huaneng Group and Chinese sovereign wealth fund CNIC, is expected to be completed by the end of 2020