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The European electricity market saw a significant shift from coal to gas-fired generation in the third quarter of 2019, reversing a trend seen in the previous two years... Read more

Data released today revealed that in August, Germany saw its industrial orders fall slightly further than expected as a result of less demand domestically, adding to the signs that the continued slump in manufacturing is pushing Europe's largest... Read more

Two automobiles made by Romanian car maker Dacia, owned by Renault, were amongst Europe’s best selling cars in August... Read more

NanoSUN and EcoG have been named the winners of the fourth edition of the New Energy Challenge. The two were chosen by an expert jury from a field of more than 200 start-ups and scale-ups from across Europe and Israel who are developing advanced... Read more

Europe will soon find itself being "invaded by robots", said Russian autonomous service robot manufacturer Promobot in a press release. The attention-grabbing headline is referring to a major contract that the firm has signed with Swiss company... Read more

CTEK, a global battery management solutions company, has signed a deal with Vattenfall, one of Europe's largest producers and retailers of electricity and heat, to supply Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging equipment and associated services across... Read more

In a vote on Tuesday. the European Parliament gave its backing to France's Christine Lagarde to become the next president of the European Central Bank (ECB)... Read more

Finance Ministers of the European Union met in Helsinki over the weekend to discuss ways in which environmentally sustainable growth can be financed and supported... Read more

A group of 21 EU aviation and workers associations has signed a joint declaration committing to a set of concrete actions to fully implement the vision of a Single European Sky... Read more

European automakers are telling governments across the continent that they must help build electric vehicle charging points and provide consumer subsidies to to boost sales of battery-powered vehicles, as well as assisting the industry in meeting... Read more

Berlin Packaging LLC has announced that it is to acquire Vincap BV & Adolfse Packaging BV thereby assisting in its programme of expansion in Europe... Read more

The seventh Euro-Asia Economic Forum began this week in Xi'an, China. Attendees included business leaders, politicians and academics from over 50 countries across Europe and Asia including Germany, France, Moldova, Kazakhstan, and Pakistan... Read more

One of the largest players in onshore wind power, the 600 MW Fantanele-Cogealac facility, has been put up for sale as the owner, Czech utility group CEZ, is in the process of divesting its Romanian assets... Read more

Packaging companies across Europe are developing relationships with the next generation of shoppers thanks to the TICCIT (Trees into Cartons, Cartons into Trees) programme which aims to teach primary school aged children about the circular economy... Read more

Already 75 metres high, with its construction now exceeding 17 floors, the soon-to-be tallest skyscraper in Europe, the Varso Tower, currently being built in Warsaw, is set to be finished next year. Upon completion the structure will stand at 310... Read more

Polish electric bus and coach manufacturer Solaris has become Europe's largest electric bus company following three large orders from cities around Europe... Read more

A new China to Europe cargo freight train service has begun between Jinan, the capital city of Shandong Province in eastern China to Budapest, the capital of Hungary... Read more

Indian steel giant Tata Steel has begun a major restructuring exercise in order to simplify operations and its overall group structure, largely through the cutting down on and restructuring of subsidiaries in Europe and India. Read more

Grupo Empresarial Costa, the Spanish company behind meat processing firm Costa Food Group, has acquired Embutidos La Nuncia, another business in the meat sector... Read more

German industrial orders exceeded expectations in June but that was mainly due to a jump in bookings for big-ticket items and the economy ministry said this sector of Europe’s biggest economy has not yet reached a turning point... Read more

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