EU Poised to Stake Claim in Clean-Tech Race, Pushing Back at US
Commission to unveil plans to enhance domestic green market Analysts reveal problem over plans' performance, protectionism
Mar 16, 2023 // Technology, USA, China, Asia, North America, European Union
EU Saved EUR12 Billion Due to Wind & Solar Expansion Due to Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Ember Report
The solar-wind expansion caused a decrease in the imports of gas requirements from Russia for power generation by 9 billion cubic meters. Ember report says that wind and also solar capacities will certainly continue to increase and also electricity need is likely to continue to fall over the coming months.
Feb 22, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Solar Energy, European Union, Solar Power, Wind Energy, Ember, Russia Ukraine war, European Electricity Review 2023, Russia and Ukraine conflict, Sarah Brown
France to Vote on Landmark Renewable Energy Acceleration Bill Tomorrow
Formerly, the French Senate included amendments to also consist of mayors and national heritage commission, granting them veto rights concerning wind projects while also enforcing high minimum distance from shore requirements for the set up of offshore wind farms.
Jan 9, 2023 // Policy, France, Europe, European Union, Wind Energy, solar farm, windeurope, wind farm, Amendments to RE Acceleration Bill, French Senate, Gas imports, National Assembly, Renewable Energy Acceleration Bill
Germany's Svevind to Develop 20 GW Green Hydrogen Project in Kazakhstan
The intended hydrogen facility of Svevind will certainly be referred to as 'Hyrasia One' that will certainly have an electrolyser park that will certainly produce renewable hydrogen by utilizing energy from both wind and also solar power resources. As per reports, the manufacturing by Svevind will certainly begin very early 2030 and the peak manufacturing will happen in 2032.
Nov 2, 2022 // Solar to Fuel, Asia, European Union, kazakhstan, svevind, Wolfgang Kropp, Charles Michael, electrolyser park, European Council President, Hyrasia One, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Kazakhstan President, Svevind Energy Group
Seraphim to supply 1GW of PV modules to Resolar for EU solar projects
Solar module manufacturer Seraphim Energy Group has actually agreed to supply 1GW of PV modules to European energy company Resolar for its EU operations.
Jul 22, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, modules, european energy, European Union, seraphim, european commission, seraphim solar, module supply deals, REPowerEU, resolar
REC Solar wins EU grant to build 2GW HJT plant in France
Module maker REC Solar has actually been chosen by the European Union to obtain a give to support a 2GW heterojunction (HJT) solar factory in France.
Jul 14, 2022 // Manufacturing News, France, Europe, heterojunction, REC Group, REC Solar, European Union, module manufacturing, HJT, european manufacturing, Innovation Fund
Trade bodies require renewables-led recovery for Ukraine
European and also Ukrainian solar trade associations have actually called for Ukraine's post-war recovery to be based upon renewable resource, urging the nation's leaders to set a target of at the very least 50% of renewables in electrical energy manufacturing by 2030.
Jul 6, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, rooftop, Europe, SolarPower Europe, European Union, Kadri Simson, windeurope, energy security, Solar Energy Association of Ukraine
The Netherlands Prompts Cuts In power Consumption To Reduce Russian Influence
The brand-new laws requiring big energy consumers to shed use are expected to come into force beginning 2023. Last March likewise the federal government had requested its citizens to consume much less gas.
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Europe, Netherlands, European Union, Dutch Regulations, petajoules, power consumers, power sector, Russia Ukraine war, Russian oil and gas
Spain's earnings clawback plan 'would harm renewables investment motivation'
A suggested law in Spain focused on clawing back revenues from emissions-free nuclear power plant would develop threats for renewables investors as well as favour fossil fuel-fired generation, according to trade teams that have advised the European Union (EU) to intervene.
Jun 28, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Spain, Europe, European Union, windeurope, Eurelectric, REPowerEU, AELEC
EU Parliament passes resolution condemning China's 'crimes' in Xinjiang, requires import ban
The European Union (EU) Parliament has passed a new resolution condemning civils rights misuses in China's Xinjiang area and also has actually gotten in touch with its exec, the European Commission (EC), to pass tougher profession sanctions on the nation.
Jun 17, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, China, Asia, North America, European Union, european commission, european solar, import, Xinjiang
EU putting energy transition 'on turbocharge' as nationwide strategies boost renewables
European Union (EU) member states are preparing a surge in renewables to change fossil-fired generation as COVID-19, soaring gas rates as well as Russia's war in Ukraine taxed nations to relocate in the direction of cleaner and also less expensive sources of power.
Jun 2, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, rooftop solar, European Union, decarbonisation, covid-19, Ember, REPowerEU, gas prices, ukraine crisis, CREA
Ørsted chief executive officer requires faster renewables release as Gazprom halts gas supply to Danish company
A decision by Russia's Gazprom to stop providing gas to Ørsted highlights the requirement for the European Union (EU) to speed up renewables deployment, the chief executive officer of the Danish energy business has said.
Jun 2, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Europe, Denmark, European Union, gazprom, Orsted, gas, REPowerEU, ukraine crisis
Ocean Sun asks for faster floating PV permitting, eyes utility-scale projects
Floating solar system supplier Ocean Sun is preparing to scale up the utility-scale deployment of its technology as its management requires more regulative frameworks to unlock the potential of the floating PV segment.
May 31, 2022 // Large-Scale, Commercial, Floating PV, floating PV, European Union, co-location, Ocean Sun, offshore solar, REPowerEU
Green hydrogen infrastructure, legislation required to build on REPowerEU plan
Europe has established a leading position throughout the green hydrogen value chain but now should increase financial investments to develop out infrastructure while committing green hydrogen targets to legislation.
May 18, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, European Union, green hydrogen, european commission, legislation, REPowerEU
EU intending one-year renewable permits in 'go-to locations' as it steps up change preparation
The European Commission (EC) intends to accelerate the permitting procedure for renewable energy projects to a maximum of one year, Reuters reported the other day, referencing a leaked draft document it had seen.
May 11, 2022 // Policy, Europe, European Union, european commission, renewables, permitting
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