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Electricity producer Drax Group PLC said Monday it has submitted initial cash bids for the operating assets of Texas Pellets and Louisiana Pellets out of bankruptcy, as part of an auction process which ...
The U.K. government’s view of biomass as a carbon-neutral energy source is a “flawed assumption,” according to report from Chatham House.
MILAN/London, Dec 6 (Reuters) - European shares rose on Tuesday for a second day with banking stocks surging to an 11-month high as investors dipped back into a beaten-down sector following Italy's constitutional referendum on the weekend. The rally was led by Italian banks, which climbed 9 percent, their biggest one-day since July, on short covering before a European Central Bank meeting this week and after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would step down following the referendum's defeat.