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Xi Jinping’s announcement before UN General Assembly avoids commitments on domestic generation
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Petrol consumption reached a record in July while power plants shift away from natural gas
Deputy prime minister highlights cost to consumers of bloc’s strategy to cut carbon emissions
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Democrats discuss alternative plan that may leave out standard for electricity sector
North Sea Link to start testing this week to allow countries to trade clean energy
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Chinese companies raised a record $11bn on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq this year
Growth in greener energy transmission requires overhauls of old networks
Arctic blast exposed power network that was unable to cope with freezing temperatures
State’s legislature debates plan to impose extra costs on renewables plants
US power operators seek to prove the gas can be an on-demand repository of renewable energy