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The European Commission wants the ICT sector to cut its CO2 emissions by 20% before 2015 in exchange for the benefits the industry is expected to reap from EU legislation on smart technologies to tackle climate change.

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Against all odds, South Eastern Europe’s electricity grid was able to withstand soaring consumption during the January gas crisis between Russia and Ukraine.

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The European Commission officially adopted two regulations to improve the energy efficiency of house lamps and office, street and industrial lighting products. Meanwhile, industry sources claimed that intelligent lighting systems will ultimately provide greater energy savings.

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According to analysis done by the Sun Day Campaign the latest figures published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its “Electric Power Monthly” report released on February 13, show that renewable sources of electricity saw significant growth from November 2007- November 2008 while nuclear and coal both experienced declines.

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The first regional centre for technical cooperation between several electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) was inaugurated in Brussels, after starting operations.

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In 2006 Texas overtook California to lead the nation in installed wind power generating capcity. Now, just three years later, wind turbines generating 8005-megawatts (MW), more than all the turbines spinning in California, Iowa and Minnesota, have outstripped the capacity of the high-voltage grid to move the power from windy west Texas to major cities where it’s needed.

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The European Commission said it will launch an investigation into the “malfunctioning” EU electricity market this year, following the publication of a survey revealing that the energy, banking and transport sectors are “underperforming” for consumers.

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