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Sweden expects 129% jump in wind output by 2022

Sweden expects a significant increase in both wind and solar power generation, and a drop in total electricity supply and demand in the country in the period 2019-2022.

read more... 18/03/2020

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Total to Build the Largest Battery Energy Storage Project in France

The development of renewable energy that is intermittent and decentralized requires the security of the electricity grid through flexible electricity storage capacities, especially in the form of batteries.

read more... 13/03/2020

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Nearly $640 bln coal investments undercut by cheap renewables - research

Nearly $640 billion of investment in coal power capacity worldwide is at risk because it is cheaper to generate electricity from new renewables, research by think tank Carbon Tracker Initiative showed on Thursday.

read more... 13/03/2020

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Irish wind sector adds 460MW in record year

The Irish wind sector recorded a record year in 2019 after developers added 463MW of new capacity and provided a third of the country’s electricity demand, according to new figures.

read more... 02/03/2020

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German wind turbines produce record 21 TWh in February

Wind farms in Germany were on track to produce 20.9 TWh of electricity by the end of February, the highest amount ever recorded for a month thanks to exceptionally stormy weather, research centre ZSW and energy lobby group BDEW said on Friday.

read more... 02/03/2020

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