- Weekly renewables M&A round-up (Jul 26-30)
- UK renewable power outstrips fossil fuels in 2020, figures confirm
- 20-MW, 80-MWh Santa Ana battery storage project operational in California
- The era of green finance
- Mainstream, Siemens jointly competing in ScotWind Leasing round
- US oil and gas companies should consider redirecting investments from new drilling to renewable energies
- Renewables became second-most prevalent U.S. electricity source in 2020, per EIA
- Unigreen Energy breaks ground on 1.3-GW HJT solar factory in Russia
- Four ways to put EVs on our roads today
- Orbital's 2-MW tidal turbine goes live in Orkney
- The number of producing U.S. coal mines fell in 2020
- U.S. renewable diesel capacity could increase due to announced and developing projects
- Renewables became the second-most prevalent U.S. electricity source in 2020
- U.S. liquefied natural gas exports grew to record highs in the first half of 2021
- In 2020, the United States produced the least CO2 emissions from energy in nearly 40 years
- Feed-in Tariff (FIT): Annual Report 2019-20
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2020
- Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) retired for export (2019/20)
- Feed-in Tariff (FIT): Annual Report 2018-19
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2019
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