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Energy Market Research and Statistics
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NRG Expert provides cutting-edge energy market reports, databases, forecasts, consultancy and analysis to the world’s leading companies, consultancies and investment houses. Phone us to access over a million lines of world-wide energy data, analysis and information, collected from 100+ trusted sources.

#Energy #Market #Research #Power


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A historical look at the nuclear industry in Iran is presented below. The article, originally published in 2009/2010 gives an insight in to the situation of the industry as it was then.
Iran has a plentiful resource of energy and in 2008 exported 95% of output. 81% of electricity comes from gas, 17% from oil and 2% from other energy sources in the same year.

#Power #Nuclear #Energy in #Iran

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The obstacles to the UK’s ambition of building a fleet of new nuclear power plants appear larger by the day. Toshiba’s troubles could stall plans for a plant at Moorside in Cumbria. The £18bn Hinkley Point project has won approval, despite its eye-watering cost, but it too could still fall through if a new French government doubts EDF’s ability to build it, or if China pulls its investment

#British #nuclear #energy and the case for #public #funding

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The directive requires the UK to generate 15 per cent of its energy from renewable sources by 2020 - up from just three per cent when the directive was adopted in 2009. That's not just electricity but also energy used in heating and transport.

#What #would #Brexit mean for #Britain's #green #targets?
#Energy #Power 

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The electricity metering market alone expects investment of US$12 billion by 2015. This product provides in-depth insight into what is going on in this fast growing market.

#Global #Deployment of #Utility #Meters #Forecasting #Database and #Industry #Overview 2013
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