There are several promising steps to bring electric mobility forward in Europe. Dutch Roaming-Network eViolin and European roaming-platform e-clearing.net are cooperating. Major car manufacturers are collaborating on a European high-power EV charging network.
Solar Power Europe is calling on the EU-Commission to address the needs of solar power and storage technology in its upcoming Energy Union Package. The association outlines ten comprehensive policy priorities to reach 35 percent renewables by 2030.
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8 tips for electric vehicles: Back in the day houses were heated with gas or oil. This is now a thing of the past. There is a revolution coming to cars as well: With electricity generated by wind and sun, electric cars are unbeatable in terms of pricing. With decreasing prices, the switch can take place swiftly – if you keep certain things in mind.
Iran is a promising emerging PV market, but major challenges remain: Financing, bureaucracy, land issues and grid connections are difficult and require strong local partners. This was the bottom line of first Intersolar Summit Iran.
Ingeteam has recently launched to the market its new INGECON SUN CON40 power station and has now started assembling the first units for different utility-scale projects.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing a US$ 54 million A/B loan for the construction of a 60.3 MW PV power plant in Jordan. The project was the winning bidder in Jordan’s second solar tender, offering the lowest tariff of 6.14 US-Cents/kWh.
The Solar Trade Association (STA) calls on the British government to remove barriers for the solar industry. This would stimulate investment of around £500 million.
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