Why Clean Energy's Corporate Patrons Are Purchasing Much Less This Year
Russia's battle in Ukraine, rising cost of living as well as skyrocketing power costs have cooled down procurement. There's one gigantic exception: Amazon.
Sep 8, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Amazon, Europe, Asia, Russia
Two-thirds Of New Renewable Power In 2021 Cheaper Than Cheapest Coal In G20: IRENA
Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2021, released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has actually stated that practically two-thirds or 163 gigawatts (GW) of recently set up renewable power in 2021 was more affordable than the globe's cheapest power plants, the resource of which was coal, in the G20 countries.
Jul 14, 2022 // Market Research, Ukraine, Europe, IRENA, net-zero, paris agreement, fossil fuel, Carbon credit, Coal and Natural gas, Cost of Renewable, G20, Macroeconomic damage
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
Building starts on 200MWh Fluence BESS projects in Lithuania for 2022 conclusion
Building has started on the initial of four battery energy storage space systems (BESS) amounting to 200MW/200MWh from worldwide system integrator Fluence in Lithuania.
Jun 30, 2022 // Storage, Blockchain, Ukraine, Europe, investment, lithium-ion, Lithuania, EU, Fluence, Siemens Energy, renewables integration
War presses Ukraine to deploy solar
New small-capacity solar energy plants are being created in Ukraine to prevent blackouts, which is helping businesses to stay afloat amid alarming economic conditions.
Jun 22, 2022 // Plants, TESLA, Ukraine, Europe, PV Power Plant, War, Olga Sukhopara
Germany's Renewable Energy Pledge Blackened By Coal
Disappointing the energy shortened by Russia complying with the European assistance to Ukraine, Germany's Economy Minister Robert Habeck advised on June 19 that the war in Ukraine will certainly trigger a power shortage by the wintertime.
Jun 22, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Ukraine, Europe, Asia, Russia, gazprom, Gas supply, Green energy pledge, Robert Habeck
Ukraine conflict dents Scatec's opening quarter earnings
Russia's invasion of Ukraine was blamed for a collapse in Q1 earnings recorded by independent power manufacturer (IPP) Scatec.
May 10, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Scatec, Ukraine, Europe, financial results, Asia, BESS, Philippines, green hydrogen, green ammonia, development pipeline
EU Countries Call for 1,000 Gigawatts of Solar Energy by 2030
Scale-up of voltaics would amount to current worldwide capacity Spain, Austria among nations to call for rapid rollout
May 6, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Spain, Ukraine, Europe, Asia, Austria, Russia
Instant Long Duration Energy Storage Space: Simply Add Carbon Dioxide
Carbon dioxide gets a workout in this brand-new long duration energy storage space system that can deliver wind or solar energy 24/7.
Apr 25, 2022 // Storage, USA, Ukraine, Europe, Asia, North America, Russia, Claudio Spadacini, Energy Dome, CO2, Ansaldo Energia
European Commission Ponders Hiking Renewable Energy Target To 45% By 2030
Deputy Director General of the Energy Department of the European Commission notified about the strategy in a meeting of EU lawmakers. The Commission wants to phase out Russian gas dependancy by 2027.
Apr 21, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Solar Energy, Europe, Asia, Russia, european commission, Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Ursula von der Leyen, Deputy Director General of the Energy Department, Frans Timmermans, Mechthild Woersdoerfer, russian gas dependence
Tesvolt's battery storage orders up 195% among energy crisis and Ukraine invasion
Energy storage system (ESS) company Tesvolt says that it saw 195% year-on-year growth in orders during March, as services seek to reduce their dependency on fossil fuels especially because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Apr 13, 2022 // Storage, Germany, Ukraine, Europe, EV, Tesvolt, ESS, energy storage system
SolarPower Europe reveals 8 activities required to reach 1TW of solar PV by 2030
SolarPower Europe has actually provided a list of 8 actions that will certainly assist Europe speed up solar release to reach a total capacity of 1TW by 2030 and decrease its reliance on Russian fossil fuel imports.
Mar 31, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Ukraine, Europe, SolarPower Europe, rooftop solar, European Union, european commission, grid connection, permitting, european solar, russian gas, training
Europe can halve gas usage, save US$ 350bn by 2030 by doubling renewables release
Europe can cut in half the amount of gas in its energy mix and decrease energy costs by EUR323 billion (US$ 356 billion) if it rapidly accelerates renewable release, according to a brand-new report from energy technology group Wärtsilä.
Mar 29, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, European Union, IEA, european commission, Wartsila, Fossil Fuels, energy crisis, russian gas
War in Ukraine to 'turbocharge' green hydrogen production in a 'make or break' decade
The war in Ukraine will certainly "turbocharge" the worldwide green hydrogen industry as the price of choices rise by more than 70% as well as Europe seeks to reduce its reliance on Russian gas with a series an economic bundles, according to Rystad Energy.
Mar 22, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, European Union, green hydrogen, rystad energy, electrolysers, REPowerEU, russian gas
Solar designers, possession owners and also investors supporting for effect of Ukraine conflict
Europe's neighborhood of solar designers, sponsors and property proprietors are supported for wider impacts and also headwinds brought on by the recurring dispute in Ukraine, with inflation and spiraling commodity prices highlighted as of particular concern.
Mar 8, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, Asia, CAPEX, solar finance, Russia, supply chains, SFIE2022, cost of capital, inflation, interest rates, invasion, putin
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