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The Linde Group and Vattenfall Europe Technology Research, a subsidiary of the Vattenfall energy group, have entered into a technology partnership for CO2 separation in coal-fired power stations.
Munich, 22 September 2008 - The technology group The Linde Group and Vattenfall Europe Technology Research GmbH, a subsidiary of the Vattenfall energy group, have entered into a wide-ranging technology partnership for carbon dioxide separation in coal-fired power stations.
Swedish power supplier Vattenfall has announced that it will make an offer to buy Eclipse Energy UK. Eclipse's strategy is to develop, manage, and own projects dealing with renewable energy and natural gas.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- After two years of construction and an investment of 70 million euro ($98 million), Vattenfall Europe (XETRA:VTT.DE) (Stockholm, Sweden) formally commissioned a new 30-megawatt (MW) pilot plant on September 9 in Germany, on a site adjacent to the Schwarze Pumpe coal-fired power station near Spremberg in Brandenburg.
Norwegian metals company Hydro has signed a contract with Swedish electricity generator Vattenfall for the supply of approximately 18TWh of electricity in Norway over an eight-year period.
Vattenfall, which supplies and distributes electricity, has announced the commencement of operations at its pilot unit for a coal-fired power plant with CO2 capture, claimed to be the first of its kind in the world.
Norsk Hydro ASA has signed a contract for the supply of close to 18 terawatt hours (TWh) of power from Vattenfall AB in Norway over an eight-year period, starting in 2013.
Vattenfall, which is engaged in power generation and distribution, has signed a general agreement with wind power supplier Vestas for delivery of wind turbines. During 2010, Vattenfall will purchase wind turbines with a capacity of 100MW.
By DOUGLAS HAMILTON SHARES in energy supplier Scottish & Southern gained as much as 3.6per cent at one stage yesterday as traders cited market talk of bid interest. Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE) would not comment on the share move.
Swedish electricity generator Vattenfall has reported that net sales increased 9.9% during the second quarter of 2008 to SEK35.25 billion from SEK32.07 billion during the same period in 2007.