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Euro & Finance 04-07-2014

Troika-sponsored power sector privatisation leaves Greece in the dark

Parts of Greece were hit by power cuts yesterday evening (3 July) after electricity workers began one of a series of 48-hour strikes against government plans to sell off part of the country's biggest power producer.

Development Policy 11-12-2009

Enel: Companies need global level-playing field to curb emissions

With nearly 200 nations having begun climate talks in Copenhagen, a genuine global regulatory framework is required to create a level playing field for businesses seeking to slash their emissions and move towards a low-carbon future, Giuseppe Montesano, head of environmental policy at Italian power company Enel, told EURACTIV in an interview.

Development Policy 11-12-2009

Enel: No climate deal without global carbon market

With nearly 200 nations having begun climate talks in Copenhagen, a genuine global regulatory framework is required to create a level playing field for businesses seeking to slash their emissions and move towards a low-carbon future, Giuseppe Montesano, head of environmental policy at Italian power company Enel, told EURACTIV in an interview.

Energy 31-01-2007

German energy giant blamed for power failure

The power failure of 4 November 2006 that affected more than 15 million households in various parts of Europe was the result of a lack of security measures within the network administered by E.ON, a report finds. 

Energy 10-10-2003

Power blackouts reopen debate on security of electricity supply

In light of recent power failures in a number of European countries, the Italian presidency and the Commission intend to focus on the issue of security of electricity supply at the Energy Council meeting in December.