Climate talks starting Nov. 26 in Doha, Qatar, may help trigger a tighter emissions-reduction target in the European Union within three years, according to Chris Rogers, a Bloomberg Industries analyst in London.
Australia picked two 35-year-olds to plug an experience gap for its Ashes cricket series in England, choosing Brad Haddin as first-choice wicketkeeper and vice-captain, and recalling batsman Chris Rogers.
European utilities, which have lost investors money for the past three years, can expect nothing but more pain after the European Parliament rejected a proposal to support prices in the world’s largest carbon-credit market.
A U.K. government plan, outlined in its Energy Bill published yesterday, to pay power producers for back-up supplies will reduce price volatility and cut trading profits, according to Bloomberg Industries.
The lowest hydro reserves in 13 years in Switzerland, which generates more of its power using water than any other non-Nordic European country, may boost prices in neighboring France, Germany, Italy and Austria.