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EU averted about “lost decade” for renewables due to declining costs

The cost of generating electricity from renewable energies is on the path to attain new lows on the globe, according to projections by the International Renewable Energy Association (IRENA).

read more... 15/01/2018


A third of German power is generated from renewables

A third of Germany’s electricity in 2017 was supplied by renewable energy, according to the calculations made by the Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW).

read more... 29/12/2017


EC consents €9.4 billion for Polish renewables

The European Commission (EC) decided to offer 40 billion Poland Zloty (approximately €9.4 billion) for a Polish renewable energy support scheme.

read more... 14/12/2017


Scottish renewables company obtains approval for whisky fuel plant

A company has obtained the green light to build a new plant at Scotland’s oil port of Grangemouth to make a petrol replacement from whisky residue. Falkirk Council offered Celtic Renewables an approval to construct a commercial demonstrator plant, which will annually generate over half a million liters of biofuel.

read more... 13/12/2017


Several German villages are 100% supplied by renewables

Local communities are very close for the green power transition in Germany, with some villages using 100% renewable energy.

read more... 27/11/2017