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Three councils win €1.9m EU grant for energy projects

Funding will be used to improve the energy efficiency of commercial and domestic properties and install electric vehicle infrastructure

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Pipe manufacturer feels the winds of change with new energy deal

Wavin aims to achieve more sustainable operations by awarding its energy contract to Ørsted

Hands shaking to secure a deal
Chinese property firm buys majority stake in Swedish EV maker

Evergrande Group has acquired a majority share in NEVS

EU approves electricity surcharge discounts in Greece

The Commission found the Greek measure and the adjustment plan are in line with EU State aid rules

Ofgem orders E to stop transfer of former Economy Energy customers

The regulator said Economy Energy agreed the sale of around 30,000 customers to E last month but failed to notify Ofgem about it when the company stopped trading

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Nearly 90% of citizens say energy firms must tackle meter cheats

Of 150,000 cases currently taking place each year, only around 1,500 people are charged

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2018 saw clean investment top $300bn for fifth year in a row

Total investment into renewable technologies hit $332.1bn last year, down 8% on 2017

London to create ‘world’s most advanced’ air quality monitoring network

Air quality sensors will take pollution readings approximately every 30 metres at tens of thousands of locations across the capital

Vattenfall to buy Dutch green energy supplier

DELTA Energie supplies green energy to around 170,000 households and small and medium sized businesses

EU’s steel plans ‘threaten 2030 renewables target’

Trade body WindEurope warns the cost of steel used in offshore wind could be increased and therefore make green targets harder to achieve