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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
Australia's new prime minister vows to make nation 'renewable energy superpower'
Australia's new head of state, Anthony Albanese, has promised to make the nation a renewables "superpower" following his Labor Party's victory in Saturday's federal election, which ousted predecessor Scott Morrison's conservative coalition.
May 23, 2022 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Grids, Policy, ENERGY STORAGE, Australia, climate council, Oceania, rooftop solar, policy, net zero, national electricity market, grid upgrades, Anthony Albanese
Green hydrogen players looking for clarity on project opex subsidies
Additional subsidies to support the manufacturing of green hydrogen are being requested by market players looking to establish bankable H2 projects.
May 20, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Solar to Fuel, bankability, subsidies, green hydrogen, rabobank, aurora energy research
United States House representatives sign up with chorus of opposition to solar AD/CVD proceedings
Greater than 80 United States House representatives have signed up with a chorus of lawmakers opposing the solar tariffs investigation as well as pressed United States President Joe Biden to quicken it.
May 19, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, North America, Joe Biden, import tariffs, circumvention, department of commerce, anti dumping, AD/CVD, countervailing, house of representatives, us congress
United States governors pressure Biden, Raimondo to quicken solar AD/CVD review
A bipartisan group of US governors have pressured the President Joe Biden as well as Gina Raimondo to speed up the anti-dumping circumvention investigation (AD/CVD).
May 18, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, North America, Joe Biden, circumvention, department of commerce, anti dumping, AD/CVD, countervailing, gina raimondo
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
Solar anticipated to add 190GW of capacity this year prior to new energy policies considered-- IEA
The globe included record amounts of renewable energy last year with 295GW of capacity deployed, up 6% year-on-year, regardless of supply chain restraints, project delays and high commodity costs, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which additionally anticipates virtually 320GW to be deployed this year.
May 16, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, China, Europe, Asia, North America, IEA report
Australian scientists bag financing to investigate reusing unwanted photovoltaic panels
Grant funding has actually been awarded to a project in Australia that will certainly check out the potential revenue streams and consumer rate of interest being used solar PV panels.
May 13, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Australia, recycling, Oceania, University of Queensland, sustainability, end of life, Energy Consumers Australia
Trade bodies call for 'robust' policies, international cooperation to quicken solar installs
The global solar community has actually required "robust and also fast policies" alongside improved international cooperation to increase PV deployment and also the energy transition.
May 13, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, SolarPower Europe, policy, solar targets, global solar council, deployment statistics
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
CPUC admits defeat on NEM 3.0, looks for feedback on new proposals
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has admitted defeat regarding its contentious proposed modifications to the state's net metering laws as well as has requested feedback on exactly how a much better made system could work as it looks for to reboot the process.
May 10, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, California, USA, CPUC, California Public Utilities Commission, North America, net metering, ders, NEM 3.0
Granholm 'deeply concerned' solar tariff probe could thwart United States tidy energy strategies
US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has raised issues regarding the country's capacity to move to a carbon pollution-free power field by 2035 unless there is a quick resolution to the Department of Commerce's (DOC) solar tariff investigation.
May 9, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Policy, USA, North America, doe, import tariffs, Jennifer Granholm, biden administration, antidumping, circumvention, AD/CVD, doc, countervailing
SEIA develops non-profit for solar and also storage technology, preliminary focus on land usage concerns
Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has actually introduced a non-profit to help with the energy transition through clean energy research and evaluation.
May 5, 2022 // Storage, Policy, USA, SEIA, North America, research, Innovation, research and development, land use, non-profit
Solar, wind performance enables Portuguese regulatory authority to suggest tariff cut
Portugal's electricity regulatory authority has actually claimed higher than forecasted solar as well as wind generation has enabled it to propose a 2.6% reduction in regulated tariffs to protect consumers in the country from soaring energy rates.
May 4, 2022 // Tariffs, Policy, Portugal, Europe, iberia, regulation, electricity prices
European trade bodies decry 'distorting' interventionist energy policy, call for accelerated renewables rollout
The heads of five major energy trade bodies in Europe have written to the European Union and also member states prompting them not to alter the present power price establishing system in light of the continent's energy crisis as well as rather pursue greater renewables rollout.
May 3, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Europe, SolarPower Europe, policy, european commission, energy crisis, intervention