Austrian energy company receives EIB's second Green Loan
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is to grant Austria-based Energie Steiermark a €90 million ($100 million) loan for climate action and sustainable investment projects.
Coal utilities boosted by €16bn since Paris Agreement, say NGOs
Eight financial institutions have given Europe's 'most polluting utilities' almost €16 billion ($17 billion) in support since the Paris Agreement was signed in December 2015, a new briefing by NGO Europe Beyond Coal has found.
EU carbon update, 20 August 2018
EU Allowance (EUA) prices are expected to take their lead from the power market this week, with further gains likely, says Louis Redshaw.
Enel Green Power prepares €280m investment in renewables in 2019
Enel Green Power Espana (EGPE), a subsidiary of Spanish energy group Endesa, has revealed plans to splash out €280 million ($329.6 million) on building solar plants and wind farms next year.
Renewables M&A deals up a third in 2013, further activity expected in 2014
The value of mergers and acquisitions in renewable energy rose nearly a third in 2013, driven by utilities looking to offload the assets to raise capital, a consultancy firm has found.