The future global energy trade will be electric using high-voltage AC or DC transmission lines, a new Lux Research report says.
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Solar plays an important role in the new Biodiversity and Farm to Fork strategies of the European Commission.
Subsidiary SolarWelt will start production of solar modules in Langenwetzendorf, Thuringia/Germany, in the first quarter of 2021. In the first stage of expansion the production capacity in 4-shift operation will be around 400 MW.
Research from Cornwall Insight’s Renewables Pipeline Tracker reveals there is ample evidence of developer appetite for future renewables investments in the UK.
SolarPower Europe has launched a new Finance Workstream to help shape the agenda of the European Green Deal Investment Plan.
Axpo Nordic reinforces its role as a leading marketer of renewable energy in the Nordic countries by concluding two more long-term route-to-market power purchase agreements with UK-based Green Investment Group’s (GIG) wind farms Buheii and Tysvær in Norway.
The ruling grand coalition in Germany has reached an agreement to remove the solar funding cap and for appropriate distance rules for wind turbines to settlements.
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