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 1 15 / 7 / 2010  UNEP
 
 Global Trends in Green Energy 2009: New Power Capacity from Renewable Sources Tops Fossil Fuels. In 2009, for the second year in a row, both the US and Europe generated more power capacity from renewable sources such as wind and solar than from conventional sources like coal, gas and nuclear, according to twin reports launched today by the United Nations Environment Programme and the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21).

Renewable - International
 - Market - Statistics - UNEP
 
 2 16 / 6 / 2010  IEA
 
 Expansion of nuclear energy is a key contributor to combating climate change. Almost one quarter of global electricity could be generated from nuclear power by 2050, making a major contribution to cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

Nuclear - International
 - Market - Hurricane - IEA
 
 3 10 / 6 / 2010  BP
 
 Statistical Review of World Energy 2010: World primary energy consumption fell by 1.1% in 2009, the first decline since 1982 and the largest decline (in percentage terms) since 1980. Consumption in OECD countries fell by 5%, the largest decline on record; OECD consumption reached the lowest level since 1998. Energy consumption declined in all regions except Asia Pacific and the Middle East; Chinese energy consumption growth accelerated to 8.7%. Hydroelectric power generation increased by 1.5%, and was the world’s fastest-growing major fuel for a second consecutive year.

Energy - International
 - Market - Statistics - BP
 
 4 25 / 5 / 2010  DOE-EIA
 
 International Energy Outlook 2010; World Energy Use Projected to Grow 49 Percent Between 2007 and 2035; Rapid Growth Projected for Renewables, but Fossil Fuels Continue to Provide Most of the World’s Energy Under Current Policies. Prices rising to $108 per barrel by 2020 (in real 2008 dollars) and $133 per barrel by 2035.

Energy - International
 - Market - Forecast - DOE-EIA
 
 5 11 / 5 / 2010  DOE-EIA
 
 EIA Assesses Impact of Economic Growth, Oil Prices, and Future Policies on Projected Energy Trends. Annual average economic growth rates of 1.8 percent or 3.0 percent, correspond to projections of energy use in 2035 ranging from about 104 to 127 quadrillion Btu, increases of between 0.1 percent to 0.9 percent annually. EIA expects that the level of shale gas production will significantly influence U.S. natural gas prices, production, imports, and consumption in the future.

Energy - North America
United-States - Market - Forecast - DOE-EIA
 
 6 3 / 2 / 2010  IEA
 
 IEA commends Italy on progress in energy policy but cautions that further long-term challenges remain. Italy will face a major challenge in complying with the European Union’s new climate and energy package, particularly in relation to renewable energy and emissions targets.

Energy - Western Europe
Italy - Market - Policy - IEA
 
 7 26 / 11 / 2009  EDF
 
 EDF acquires Centrica’s 51% stake in the Belgian electricity company SPE – Luminus and Centrica acquires 20% of Lake Acquisitions, the holding company which owns 100% of British Energy, as well as 20% of the EDF project company created especially for the construction of new nuclear energy plants in the UK.

Nuclear - Western Europe
United-Kingdom - Power - Finance - EDF
 
 8 7 / 9 / 2009  GDF SUEZ
 
 GDF SUEZ signs nuclear cooperation agreement in Brazil with Eletrobrás and Eletronuclear. The cooperation efforts focus on the issues that govern the success of a nuclear programme: top-quality operation of nuclear power plants, technology and design, ownership, control and funding mechanisms, selection process for construction sites, public acceptance, and development of human resources.

Nuclear - South America
Brazil - Power - Cooperation - GDF SUEZ
 
 9 3 / 8 / 2009  Enel
 
 Enel and Edf announced the creation of an equal basis joint venture for the nuclear development in Italy. “Sviluppo Nucleare Italia Srl” aimed at developing the feasibility studies for the construction of at least 4 advanced third generation EPR units.

Nuclear - Western Europe
Italy - Power - Project - Enel
 
 10 18 / 6 / 2009  Areva
 
 AREVA, Duke Energy and UniStar Nuclear Energy start negotiations to develop an EPR™ reactor in Ohio. Construction permit and licensing application will be examined by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Nuclear - North America
United-States - Power - Project - Areva
 
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