Competitive auctions are causing developers to drop their expectations for government subsidies for off-shore wind projects.
Articles by Gerard Wynn
Investment in new coal-fired power plants appears off the agenda in Western Europe after experience of three new Dutch plants.
An idea for Victoria’s Latrobe Valley? In the shadow of a fading lignite industry, German state invests in new technology – battery storage manufacturing.
Europe’s two biggest utilities offered hints of the strategies in creating new units to separate newer energy assets from older ones.
An acquisition spree for regulated fossil-fuel assets that are supported by guaranteed payments .
“Capacity payments” in the European utility industry today are looking more and more like subsidies to prop up a fading industry threatened by the rise of renewables.
Changes sweeping the electricity sectors in Japan and China suggest a hugely uncertain future for coal-fired power and a rapidly increasing risk of stranded assets.