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[19 Oct 2017 | Topics: ]

“En+ Group transforms its huge clean energy resources to green metal and supplies it to fast-growing international markets.” Lord Baker. Chairman.
 
To: Donald Brydon, CBE, Chairman of the London Stock Exchange Group
To: Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive, UK Financial Conduct Authority
To: Rt Hon Lord Barker of Battle PC, Chairman of the Board, En+Group

Re: Environmental and Social Risks to be Considered When Listing the En+Group at the LSE
We appeal to You in response to the news that the En+Group Plc. plans to hold an IPO at the London Stock Exchange. We …

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[19 Oct 2017 | Topics: ]

Clean Energy Asia, a joint venture between Newcom Group and Japanese Softbank Energy, launched commercial operations for its 50MW Tsetsii wind farm in  Umnugovi Province.
The farm, consisting of 25 Vestas V90 turbines, was finished three months ahead of the scheduled commencement in December 2017. SoftBank Group chairman and chief executive Masayoshi Son said, “I’m very pleased that the commercial launch of the Tsetsii wind farm marks the first step for SoftBank Group to establish a renewable energy business in Mongolia under the Asia Super Grid project, in addition to …

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At the 41 Session of the World Heritage Committee in Krakow, the RwB Coalition representatives had fruitful discussions with the delegation of the State of Kuwait and presented the following letter to  : H.E. Dr. Meshal Johar Hayat , Ambassador and Permanent Delegate, Permanent Delegation of the State of Kuwait to UNESCO:
 
RE: Kuwait-Mongolia Energy Cooperation and World Heritage Convention
Your Excellency:
The State of Kuwait is known as a true friend which seeks to develop long-term mutually beneficial relations with Mongolia. Kuwait’s assistance to development of most needed road network in …