Renewable energy

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Global solar PV market set for dramatic growth over next 5 years

The installation of solar PV systems on homes, commercial buildings and industrial facilities is set to take off over the next five years ...
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Poland develops offshore wind energy

Poland’s ministry of energy has prepared a draft bill to support the development of offshore wind energy off the northern European country’s coast.
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Record big wind turbines planned off UK coast

The largest-ever wind turbines will be used at the Dogger Bank offshore windfarm in the North Sea over the next few years ...
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Capacity is no longer a reason for subsidies to fossil power

Check the national regulation regarding extreme power shortage situations, and educate either the regulator or the balance responsible power companies. Do not accept capacity arguments for subsidies to fossil fuels.
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Increasing renewable energy targets for the EU

The new European Commission needs to sprint towards climate action to be in line with the Paris Agreement. There is growing support for at least 55% emission reductions by 2030.
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Investing in development of electricity from renewables

Ambitious countries and companies are showing the way with a strategy that could help eliminate the risk of unmanageable climate change.
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Pastures thrive under solar panels

Solar panels in pastures increased grass feed for sheep and cows by 90 per cent, according to a study done by researchers at Oregon State University.
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Limiting global warming to 1.5°C is possible

Climate Action Network evaluates the IPCC’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C for the Talanoa Dialogue.
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Renewable energy now cheapest energy source

“Solar and/or wind are now the cheapest new source of generation in all major economies except Japan, ” according to a new Bloomberg study reported by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis ...
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Coal will be squeezed out by renewables

Prices of green electricity and batteries have fallen so sharply that projections for 85–90% renewables by 2035 look “ludicrously conservative”, according to the energy coalition ETC.
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