Lossmaking Areva outlines turnround plan

French nuclear reactor maker reports largest loss in its history

Moneysupermarket shares fall 9 per cent

Shares fall on worries that it may have to pay compensation

Conergy back to profit and seeks listing

Solar power company expects 50% capacity growth in 2015

Case for blocking Russia in the North Sea

The UK is right to take no chances with Fridman’s gasfield deal

Backton Lee Tunnel

Consortiums named for London super sewer

Winning groups provisionally confirmed for £4.2bn project

Iberdrola/UIL: rebound relationship

Utilities should enjoy the wedding, but they will need to work at the marriage

Green auction sets stage for cheap power

UK awards subsidies of £315m a year to renewable power schemes

GDF Suez hit by oil price plunge

Company plans short-term cost cutting measures

Iberdrola lifts US presence with UIL deal

Spanish utility to combine US unit with Connecticut-based energy group

Italy to sell 5.7% of utility Enel

Stake sale to restart Rome’s privatisation programme

Drax cuts dividend on profit fears

UK electricity group warns of tightening biomass margins

Energy companies need not fear eclipse

Light levels will drop, but no more than during cloud cover

UK’s biggest waste mountain to shut

Closure reflects sharp decline in use of landfill disposal by local authorities and businesses

SSE accused over minimum wage

Energy supplies among 70 companies named and shamed

Eclipse puts Europe power supply at risk

Industry body warns of ‘unprecedented test’ in March

Areva warns of €4.9bn full-year loss

Project delays and weaker demand fuel nuclear group’s writedowns

MPs criticise Ofgem over energy pricing

Price caps for monopolistic network companies deemed ‘too generous’

Chinese demand fuels renewables turnround

Solar and wind producers benefit from drive to cut smog

India’s indebted companies seek new dawn

Suzlon’s asset sales have given hope to other highly leveraged groups

‘Centrica still makes sense for investors’

Brokers say that ‘Sids’ don’t need to sell after dividend cut


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