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The fossil fuel lobbyists portray renewable energy as costly and erratic.The eco-lobby extreme wing, would like to turn off all coal-, oil-, and gas-powered plants virtually overnight. Neither is true or possible.
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The Wikinger wind farm, located in the middle between the islands of Rugia and Bornholm in Germany's EEZ saw its first jacket foundations delivered by Navantia and Windar.
First, the Copenhagen Malmö Port has set up a subsidiary responsible for ro-ro, container, and kombi operations in Malmö's Northern Harbour.
The Swedish rail freight haulier has contracted Siemens for the delivery of five Vectron locomotives with an option for 15 more.
The first train of PCC Intermodal left the company's terminal in Gliwice on July 22nd, heading for the GYSEV CARGO's Terminal Sopron near the Hungarian-Austrian border.
The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone (PSEZ) has gained an investor who will set up a large size steel structures factory on GdaĹ„sk's Ostrów Island.
The Finnish shipping company has extended its long-term maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä, covering Eckerö's fleet of five vessels.