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    Floating wind turbines for offshore use could revolutionise the industry

    The stresses and strains on large wind turbines demand costly investment in strong foundations to ensure their safe andMichael Kavanagh

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    Lobbyist’s take on renewables causes it to lose friends

    One of Europe’s biggest utilities has broken ranks with EU counterparts over the issue of incentives to maintainDavid Crouch

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    India looks to private sector for $250bn injection in power infrastructure

    In late July 2012, more than 600m people across northern and eastern India abruptly found themselves without fans, airAmy Kazmin

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    The ‘age of abundance’ in oil and gas poses fresh dilemmas for companies

    The defining image of the global energy industry in 2014 has been a tanker loading up with an ultralight form of crude oilEd Crooks

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    Countries pool resources for hydro power project

    The Ruzizi river forms part of the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and both Rwanda and Burundi. It thus runsRose Jacobs

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    Commentary: Alliances with oil importing countries will give competitive edge

    The oil sector is just beginning to come to terms with the fall in prices that has occurred over the past four months. ANick Butler

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    Public scepticism could turn off the nuclear reactors

    In the past year, two competing visions of nuclear power have hit cinema screens. One was Pandora’s Promise, a thoughtfulEd Crooks

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    Shale jubilation fades as oil price falls undercut model

    ‘The revolution devours its children.’ That observation, made by French journalist Jacques Mallet du Pan in 1793, has becomeEd Crooks

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    Stand-off threatens to stymie LNG development in Australia

    For more than a decade, China’s rapacious demand for natural resources boosted Australia’s economy. But with the prices ofJamie Smyth

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    Long heralded internet of things comes of age

    Encouraging customers to buy less from you sounds like an odd way to run a business. But, as the traditional model ofJeevan Vasagar in Berlin

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