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The boost of low-cost renewables changes EU energy expectations for 2030

The accelerated fall in wind and solar energy costs, and flexible demand technology could substitute more than 50% of coal and gas generated electricity in Europe by 2030, as indicated in a recent research published on Tuesday.

read more... 21/11/2017

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Bosnia inks a 60-million-euro loan agreement with KfW bank for Hrgud wind farm

Bosnia's finance minister Vjekoslav Bevanda inked an agreement with German development bank KfW on Wednesday to financially back the construction of the Hrgud 48 MW wind farm. The loan is estimated at 60 million euros ($69.6 million). ​​​​​​​

read more... 21/11/2017

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Luxembourg to become a European funding center for renewables

At the COP23 summit held in Bonn, Luxembourg’s finance and environment ministers met directors of the European Investment Bank to discuss about the institution of a de-risking mechanism to allow the financial backing of ecologically-friendly projects. Luxembourg is a very small country but releases a big amount of emissions and wants to become less polluting.

read more... 20/11/2017

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Greece and EU to finalize discussions on coal-fired plants sale this month

Hellenic energy minister declared on Wednesday that Greece and the European Union are likely to end discussions on which coal-fired plants the country will put up for sale according to an EU court decision this month.

read more... 16/11/2017

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New European project aimed at extensive Carbon Capture Storage was launched

New European project aimed at extensive Carbon Capture Storage was launched

read more... 15/11/2017

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