IEU MONITORING: Energy Telegram 25 Apr 2018

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  • Vice-President Šefčovič in Slovenia for second Energy Union Tour +++ 
  • 2017 Financial Year: EEX Group Reinforces its Global Position in a Challenging Environment +++ 


  • ENTSO-E and ENTSOG joint workshop on interlinkage between gas and electricity scenarios and infrastructure projects assessment +++ 


  • Working document - on ECA Special Report No 5/2018 (Discharge 2017): Renewable energy for sustainable rural development: significant potential synergies, but mostly unrealised - PE 620.948v01-00 - Committee on Budgetary Control +++ 
  • REN21 Contributes to SDG 7 Policy Briefs
  • Wind Energy Soars Against Subsidized Fossil Fuels – GWEC
    • Global wind capacity expected to more than 50% in five years
    • Wind power is leading energy charge with strong U.S. market through 2020, says GWEC
    • The wind industry added more than 52 gigawatts of power in 2017, and China led the way
    • Wind back to growth from 2019: GWEC
    • GWEC: Offshore Wind Spreading Like Wildfire
    • GWEC expects ‘growth spurt’ from 2019
    • Global wind body sees South African market returning to ‘full health’ in 2018
    • Global wind market to return to rapid growth after flat 2018 – GWEC
    • Global wind capacity to rise by more than half in next five years
    • Global wind energy capacity to rise by more than half in next five years
    • Cost-competitiveness puts wind in front
    • Wind growth ‘steady’ in 2017
    • Cost-competitiveness puts wind in front


  • IAEA Concludes Long-Term Operational Safety Review at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant
  • EU-Abgeordnete Cornelia Ernst (DIE LINKE): Nukleare Strahlung kennt keine Grenzen!


  • Federal financial interventions and subsidies in U.S. energy markets declined since 2013


  • Verordnung zur schrittweisen Einführung bundeseinheitlicher Übertragungsnetzentgelte im Bundeskabinett beschlossen


  • Latest news - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy will be held in Brussels on Wednesday 16 May 2018 (9.00-12.30 and 14.30-18.30) and Thursday 17 May 2018 (9.00-12.30 and 15.00-18.30) (Paul-Henri Spaak - room PHS 3C050).


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