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edie.net November 23, 2020

Report: Renewables And Flexible Energy Could Cut PS660M Off Uk's Net-zero Transition

If the UK government were to back renewable generation and flexible energy technologies like battery storage instead of a new nuclear plant, some PS660m could be saved through to 2030, a new analysis has concluded.
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business-standard.com November 21, 2020

Rishi Sunak Plans New Investment Bank For Uk Infrastructure Projects | Business Standard News

UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to unveil a new National Infrastructure Strategy next week for an estimated 100-billion pounds worth of long-term investment.
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coindesk.com November 18, 2020

Okex Mining Pool Flatlines After 99.5% Hash Power Drop As Withdrawal Suspensions Spook Clients

The pool's hash power has dropped from 5,000 to barely 20 PH/s. : OKEx's mining pool has gone from being one of the world's largest to not mining any new blocks in over two weeks after the firm lost 99.5% of its hash power one month after it suspended withdrawals from trading accounts. Launched in October 2018, OKEx's pool used to rank as one of the tenth largest in the world, according BTC.com.
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allafrica.com November 18, 2020

Nigeria: Investment In Shipping Infrastructure Will Create Employment - -omatseye

[Vanguard] by Urowayino Jeremiah. : Former Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Temitsan Omatseye, has stressed the need for investment in shipping infrastructure as a platform for employment generation in the maritime sector. The former NIMASA boss told Vanguard Maritime Report that shipping infrastructural development will facilitate the diversification of the economy as well as the training and development of officers and cadets.
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prnewswire.com November 16, 2020

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Completes Deal To Purchase And Transform A Shuttered Coal-fired Power Plant In Alexandria, Virginia

CHICAGO, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, announced today the purchase of the approximately 20-acre Potomac River Generating Station (PRGS) site in Alexandria, VA. In an agreement negotiated with Potomac Electric Power Company...
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telecom.economictimes.indiatimes.com November 14, 2020

Vodafone: Vodafone Said To Eye Raising $5B In Towers Ipo, Telecom News, Et Telecom

Early meetings with institutional investors, which are attracted to the steady, long-term returns of wireless infrastructure assets, have indicated strong demand for shares in Vantage, according to the people.
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abc.net.au November 10, 2020

World's Largest Renewable Energy Project Proposed For North-west Australia Ditches Electricity In Favour Of Ammonia Exports - Abc News

A company planning to build the world's largest wind-and-solar power generator in the Australian outback sets its sights on exporting ammonia -- and says it will build a new coastal town to support the massive infrastructure project.
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channelnewsasia.com November 09, 2020

Exclusive: Nextera Energy In Us$15 Billion Bid For Evergy - Sources - Cna

NextEra Energy Inc , the world's largest producer of wind and solar energy, has made a roughly US$15 billion all-stock acquisition offer for U.S. power utility Evergy Inc , people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
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business-standard.com November 09, 2020

Govt Invites Foreign Investment In India's Strategic Petroleum Reserves | Business Standard News

India wants to cut its carbon emissions and raise the share of gas in its energy mix to 15% by 2030 from the current 6.2%
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brisbanetimes.com.au November 09, 2020

Manufacturers, Clean Energy Investors Back Nsw Push For Cleaner Energy

Tomago Aluminium says the plan is desperately needed, but big power companies say it needs further scrutiny. : The most energy-intensive manufacturer in Australia says NSW's bold renewables plan is desperately needed to deliver cleaner, cheaper and more reliable electricity. Tomago Aluminium, which consumes 10 per cent of NSW's power, has been warning the state government that rising energy prices could have a significant impact on its NSW operations. Chief executive of Tomago Matt Howell said price and reliability were crucial for the aluminium smelter, which is the largest energy user in the country.
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