- Spain's Solarpack toasts to 138% profit surge in 2019
- Acciona's renewables EBITDA rises 13.7% in 2019
- Imec, partners achieve 25% efficiency with thin-film solar cell
- Drax to stop using coal in 2021, warns of job losses
- LM Wind to close 2 Danish factories - report
- Operations achieved at 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydropower plant between Laos and Thailand
- Holtec, Eos create battery manufacturing JV
- Australia in planning for multiple massive battery projects
- UK closes in on first geothermal power after successful drilling outcome
- Australia hits 2020 large-scale renewables target
- EEX Final Settlement Prices for Financial Power Futures January 2020
- EIA expands data on capacity and usage of power plants, electricity storage systems
- Altum and EIB join forces for energy efficiency investments in Latvia
- EEX Auction News: German EUA Auction
- Utility energy efficiency spending and savings declined in 2018
- EEX Final Settlement Prices for Dairy Futures February 2020
- Wind has surpassed hydro as most-used renewable electricity generation source in U.S
- EEX Auction News: Polish EUA Auction
- EEX Auction News: EU EUA Auction
- EIA forecasts natural gas inventories will reach record levels later this year
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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