IEA: States should invest $3 trillion in sustainable energy

By |junij 18th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, fossil fuels, Gas, German renewable energy law (EEG), IEA, International Energy Agency, News, Renewable energies, Renewable Energy|

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has presented its COVID-19 economic programme to facilitate the transition to an environmentally friendly energy economy. In doing so, it has distanced itself unusually clearly from the fossil market and is focusin...

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Renewable energy capacity at record level worldwide in 2019

By |junij 11th, 2020|News, Renewable Energy, solar energy, Svenja Schulze, wind energy|

The share of renewable energies in global electricity generation increased again last year. Capacity financed by investments was even at a record level in 2019, according to a recent report on global investments in renewables. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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RWE-E.ON deal will run smaller firms out of the market, green power boss claims

By |junij 4th, 2020|E.ON, electricity market, Energiewende, German renewable energy law (EEG), Germany, News, Renewable energies, Renewable Energy, RWE|

The European Commission’s decision to approve an agreement between Germany’s big power firms risks distorting energy market competition, according to the head of another company, who explained to EURACTIV Germany why he has started legal action.

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Kazakhstan approves new green projects in a bid to cut fossil fuels in half by 2050

By |maj 25th, 2020|Kazakhstan, News, Renewable Energy, solar energy, wind energy|

Kazakhstan‘s new leadership, faced with concurrent challenges of volatile oil prices and the coronavirus pandemic, has approved nineteen new renewable energy projects worth $1.1 billion in the country’s latest effort to go green and diversify its energy supply. To date,...

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Through these challenging times, wind keeps delivering [Promoted content]

By |maj 8th, 2020|News, Renewable Energy, wind energy|

Watch how wind energy is helping Europeans during the Covid-19 crisis – and how it will help them recover from it too.

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Germany’s transition to renewable power

By |april 14th, 2020|electricity grids, electricity market, German renewable energy law (EEG), green energy, Hans Josef Fell, News, Renewable energies, Renewable Energy|

Can renewable energies be used to keep the power grids running smoothly when the sun is not shining and the wind not blowing? Former Green Bundestag member, Hans-Josef Fell says they can and presents a proposal to change the German electrical grid. EUR...

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German government defeats plan to abolish fines for wind power projects

By |april 2nd, 2020|News, Renewable energies, Renewable Energy, solar panels, wind energy, wind power, wind turbines|

The German government has rejected parliament proposals to ease restrictions on the construction of new wind turbines, exposing deep divisions in one of Europe's pioneering nations for renewable energies. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Germany’s new coal phase-out plan upsets country’s Coal Commission

By |januar 22nd, 2020|coal, Coal Commission, coal phase-out, Energy transition, Germany, News, Renewable energies, Renewable Energy|

Shortly after Germany announced plans to shut down its lignite-fired power plants, eight members of the country's Coal Commission voiced criticism that their work has been discredited and that these plans would result in an additional 40 million tons o...

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50% Renewables by 2030: Creating a flexible power system to ensure EU’s renewable ambition becomes a reality

By |december 10th, 2019|DSOs, energy, News, Renewable Energy, TSOs|

Today in Europe, renewable sources of energy meet 30% of electricity needs. The binding renewable energy target for the EU by 2030 is to deliver at least 50% of its electricity consumption from renewable sources of electricity.

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‘Green’ jobs see slight rise in Germany

By |oktober 22nd, 2019|Energy transition, environmental protection, Germany, jobs, News, Renewable Energy, wind energy|

In 2017, 263,883 people were employed in the environmental sector in Germany, which was about 12,600 more than in the previous year. Although this means that the amount of so-called "green jobs" saw a slight rise in Germany, the stagnating wind industr...

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