- RenewableUK calls for specific renewables targets by 2030
- Solar and wind’s competitiveness over coal is accelerating, analysis shows
- EU approves €400 million aid scheme to develop renewables in Denmark
- Developer eyes economically distressed communities in rural Indiana for up to 1.6 GW of solar capacity
- Etrion confident of completing asset sales by end-June
- IRENA members commit to advance the global hydropower fleet
- US DOE announces $12 Million for enhanced geothermal technology improvement
- UK offshore wind projects totalling 5.5 GW achieve CfD milestone
- Solar industry employment dropped 6.7% in 2020, new report shows
- Equinor, Vargronn to jointly bid for floating wind project in Norway
- Average Texas electricity prices were higher in February 2021 due to a severe winter storm
- Energy production in the United States fell by more than 5% in 2020
- U.S. crude oil imports from OPEC are down, but imports from Canada remain high
- U.S. imports of biomass-based diesel increased 12% in 2020
- U.S. spent nuclear fuel inventory steadily increased from 2013 through 2017
- Clean energy for EU islands forum
- 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
Global voluntary markets for renewable energy are increasing in size year on year and they expand further as corporate, national, and international stakeholders set their targets and procurement strategies.
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