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New Delhi’s ‘gas chamber’ smog is so bad that United Airlines has stopped flying there

In India’s capital, pollution levels are so high that a city official called it "a gas chamber."

Large-scale solar is not ready for the spot market in Portugal

In an interview with pv magazine, President of APREN, Sá da Costa, has explained why solar and renewable energy power plants selling electricity to the spot market are still unviable in the country, and has urged the government to introduce auctions.

Hydro-electricty supplies drop as severe drought continues

The Renewable Energy Association, APREN, reports that in the first nine months of 2017, the decrease in the production of renewable electricity in mainland Portugal has forced up the price of electricity by 28% to EUR50.

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