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Brothers Arun and Anoop George from Kerala, south west India, are hoping to revolutionise the renewable energy market with a small wind turbine that costs around $750 USD (670…
Germany's E.ON has posted a record loss again hammered by a surge in renewable energy, plunging wholesale electricity prices and the country's plans to abandon nuclear power.
Around 50 people have been briefly detained in the Armenian capital Yerevan after protesting against a hike in electricity prices. They had been
More than 5000 people took to the streets of the Armenian capital Yerevan on Tuesday morning. Blocked from reaching the presidential palace when they
Protesters in the Johannesburg township of Soweto took to the streets in anger over what they say are unaffordable electricity prices from the
Ukraine’s fuel crisis has deepened after a deal to buy South African coal collapsed. The head of a Ukrainian state energy firm has been arrested on
One of the main drawbacks when using an electric car is the lack of charging points around the city.
But there could be light at the end of the
In this edition of Real Economy we travel across Vienna, Berlin and Paris to discover the economic and energy-related challenges Europe faces
A UK energy firm has been left red-faced after encouraging Twitter users to give their views on gas price increases.
British Gas announced it will
As the Cac40 was reaching its year’s peak on Thursday, GDF Suez spoiled the party in Paris, when it cut its profit outlook for 2013 and 2014.
The profit warning of Germany’s largest utility, E.ON, was harshly sanctioned on Tuesday in Frankfurt.
On stock markets weakened by concerns over
German energy giant E.ON has posted greatly improved results for the first half of 2012 on higher sales, reduced losses from Germany’s phase out of
The French utility company GDF-Suez raised its initial offer by 7% for the 30% of the British electricity provider it did not already own