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19,5% de la consommation électrique française est d’origine renouvelable - Energie

19,5% de la consommation électrique française est d’origine renouvelable - Energie | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Dans leur rapport 2014 sur l'électricité renouvelable publié jeudi 12 février, RTE, le SER, ERDF et l'ADEef constatent une hausse du parc éolien, photovoltaïque et biomasse. Le parc hydraulique
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En 2013, la consommation énergétique européenne est revenue au niveau de 1990

En 2013, la consommation intérieure brute d'énergie de l'Union européenne (UE) est revenue à son niveau de 1990, soit une baisse de 9,1% par rapport au pic de 1.832 millions de tonnes équivalent pétrole (Mtep) enregistré en 2006, a annoncé Eurostat l...

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EDF, comment Royal et Montebourg font baisser le titre en Bourse

EDF, comment Royal et Montebourg font baisser le titre en Bourse | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
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Higher Electricity Costs Raise Alarm Across Europe - IEEE Spectrum

Higher Electricity Costs Raise Alarm Across Europe - IEEE Spectrum | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
There is much evidence of wide unease, among both common ratepayers and industrialists
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Énergies vertes : l'investissement recule dans le monde

Énergies vertes : l'investissement recule dans le monde | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Les investissements mondiaux dans les énergies renouvelables étaient en recul de 20 % sur un an, au troisième trimestre selon le baromètre trimestriel de Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
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Six myths about renewable energy

Six myths about renewable energy | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
So, you think renewables are a speck on the energy landscape?



That they can create millions of green jobs? Think again.
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Germany Could Face Electricity Customer Revolt - IEEE Spectrum

Germany Could Face Electricity Customer Revolt - IEEE Spectrum | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
So says the country's leading news weekly magazine
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El sueño de las energias renovables está llegando a su choque de realidad. obviamente que las energias renovables son el mejor camino, la pregunta, es quien va a pagar la cuenta de este recorrido.

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Asia Report: Is Japan's Solar Market Overheating?

Asia Report: Is Japan's Solar Market Overheating? | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Most of the projections we've seen for 2013's biggest solar markets (Solarbuzz, IHS iSuppli, Deutsche Bank) put Japan as #4 behind China, the US, and Germany, and ahead of a number of countries led by Italy.
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Solar PV Profit's Last Stand

Solar PV Profit's Last Stand | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Globally, average module prices (ASPs) decreased by 42 percent in 2012 from a global ASP of $1.37/Wp in 2011 to $0.79/Wp in 2012. In early 2013, ASPs have already decreased by 18 percent to $0.65/Wp with inventory averages ~$-.58/Wp.
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EPE estima investimentos de R$ 14,6 bi em transmissão até 2017

EPE estima investimentos de R$ 14,6 bi em transmissão até 2017 | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
A Empresa de Pesquisa Energética (EPE) projeta investimentos de R$ 14,6 bilhões até 2017 em novos sistemas de transmissão de energia elétrica.
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L'Ukraine progresse dans le développement du terminal de GNL

Le gouvernement ukrainien a approuvé aujourd'hui l'étude de faisabilité pour la construction d'un terminal de gaz naturel liquéfié. La construction de la première ligne débutera en 2013. D'ici 2015, le terminal sera en mesure de traiter 5 milliards de mètres cubes de gaz par an.


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What the Blackout Means for India's Economy - Sarah Green - Our ...

What the Blackout Means for India's Economy - Sarah Green - Our ... | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Today, power has been restored across India — but what's the impact of the massive blackout, which hit more than half of the population? When 670 million people — more than 10% of the world's population — are suddenly ...

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"Le solaire en France est deux fois plus cher qu'en Allemagne" (Philippe Boisseau, Total)

"Le solaire en France est deux fois plus cher qu'en Allemagne" (Philippe Boisseau, Total) | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Le prix du baril remontera mécaniquement quand le marché se rendra compte des risques de sous-investissement dans le secteur pétrolier, estime Philippe Boisseau, numéro deux de Total. Responsable de la branche Marketing et Services, il explique la nouvelle stratégie en matière de distribution du groupe, qui, avec Total Contact et Total Access, s’adapte à la demande des automobilistes. La station du futur offrira un mix d’énergies plus large, dont la recharge électrique, des services de proximité
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BHP to Sell Texas Oil Overseas Without Formal U.S. Government Approval

BHP to Sell Texas Oil Overseas Without Formal U.S. Government Approval | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
BHP will soon sell U.S. oil abroad without explicit permission from the U.S. government, another sign that the decades-old federal ban on crude exports is crumbling.
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Prefeitos de oposição a Maduro são presos

Prefeitos de oposição a Maduro são presos | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Para analistas, presidente se sente com força em momento em que protestos começam a definhar
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In a first, EPA cuts ethanol standard

In a first, EPA cuts ethanol standard | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
In a move likely to anger corn farmers and their congressional representatives, the Obama administration Friday proposed the first-ever cut in the amount of corn-based ethanol and other biofuels that must be mixed into the nation’s gasoline, with...
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Le charbon, bientôt première source d'énergie dans le monde

Le charbon, bientôt première source d'énergie dans le monde | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Combustible fossile le plus polluant, symbole du XIXe, le charbon supplantera le pétrole comme première source d'énergie dans le monde d'ici 2020. La raison: les besoins insatiables de la Chine et l'Inde.
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De nombreuses centrales électriques menacées en Europe

De nombreuses centrales électriques menacées en Europe | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
L'Observatoire Capgemini souligne la situation très difficile des installations fonctionnant au gaz.
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Gas-fired generation to grow by one-third by 2035: analyst - Platts

Gas-fired generation to grow by one-third by 2035: analyst - Platts | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
Gas-fired generation to grow by one-third by 2035: analyst
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"The percentage of power generation being met by natural gas is growing over time," ICF Vice President Harry Vidas said in an interview Wednesday.
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Ce que cache la failite du chinois SunTech

Ce que cache la failite du chinois SunTech | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
La chute, annoncée aujourd'hui, du chinois Suntech, numéro un mondial des panneaux solaires, pourrait faire croire à un changement de politique économique de la Chine. Il n'en est rien, analyse Jean-François Dufour, directeur de DCA Chine-Analyse.

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Suntech's Solar Manufacturing Unit Pushed toward Bankruptcy

Suntech's Solar Manufacturing Unit Pushed toward Bankruptcy | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
In the latest twist in the solar industry's consolidation saga, eight Chinese banks have petitioned the local courts to initiate insolvency and restructuring for Suntech Power Holdings' main manufacturing subsidiary Wuxi Suntech Power Holdings Co.,...
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La carte de France des éoliennes en mer en 2030

La carte de France des éoliennes en mer en 2030 | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
INFOGRAPHIE - Le syndicat professionnel France énergie éolienne dévoile les zones où pourraient être installés 80.000 MW d'éoliennes au large des côtes françaises, contre 3000 MW actuellement en projet.
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Clean Tech Summit 2011 - Point / Counterpoint: Nuclear Power

In January of 2006, Ralph Cavanagh and Peter Schwartz had an intellectual, inspiring, and heated conversation exploring the pros and cons of nuclear power at...
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India's Massive Blackout Proves Solar Energy's Mettle : Renewable Energy News :

India's Massive Blackout Proves Solar Energy's Mettle : Renewable Energy News : | International Energy Issues | Scoop.it
In what has been described as the world's largest blackout event, solar panels again proved their worth.

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