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Global PV capacity surpassed 100 GW in 2012

According to preliminary data collected by the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), global installed PV capacity reached 100GW in 2012 for the first time, up from 71GW in 2011 and 40GW in 2010. The world’s solar capacity can now produce as much electricity in a year as 16 coal power plants or nuclear reactors of 1 GW each.

read more... 13/02/2013


UK’s largest coal power plant to become a clean-energy producer

According to Drax Group Plc, the UK’s largest coal-fired plant will become the largest clean-energy producer, switching from burning coal to burning wood, becoming probably the biggest renewable plant in the world. At the moment, coal is the most polluting fossil fuel and it produces roughly 41 % of global electricity, and about 50% of electricity in the UK.

read more... 01/10/2012


The largest clean coal fired plant to be built in Indiana, USA

Duke Energy Corporation, one of the top energy companies in the United States, is planning to build the largest clean coal power plant (Edwardsports project) in the world, in Indiana.

read more... 21/03/2011


Alpiq to construct a new block in Bosnia power plant

Elektroprivreda BiH (EPBiH), the state owned company in the energy sector of Bosnia, invited in March a few investors to examine the possibility of building a new block at the coal power plant in Tuzla, of a capacity of 450 MW, in a project worth 1.1 billion USD.

read more... 22/09/2010