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Great progress for renewables in the United States

Great progress for renewables in the United States

Recent reports show that renewables have made great progress in the United States, which are also becoming more energy-aware. A recent report by the Environment America Research and Policy Center analyzes directly how these developments are taking place and what they could mean for America’s energy future.

Sinking storage costs may make renewables the winning team

Sinking storage costs may make renewables the winning team

Energy storage costs are sinking, which benefits the success of renewables on the energy market. The University of California and the Technical University in Munich have now conducted a study on the matter, explaining concern that a decrease in research and development funding may impede a possible growth for renewables.

California planning Global Climate Action Summit – a milestone

California planning Global Climate Action Summit – a milestone

California’s governor has announced a Global Climate Action Summit, to be held shortly before the 24th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 24). This will be the first time that a US state holds a climate conference with the clear purpose of supporting the Paris Agreement.

BEE believes Germany might not reach energy goal

BEE believes Germany might not reach energy goal

The German energy association BEE believes that Germany might not reach its goal of covering 18% of its energy requirements with renewables by 2020.

Bilateral PPAs: the rising stars on the PV sky

Bilateral PPAs: the rising stars on the PV sky

There is a variety of ways to invest in, make use of and benefit from renewable energies. An up-and-coming option are bilateral PPAs: power-purchase agreements that allow a consumer to buy and use power from a project developed by a third party. We have looked at bilateral PPAs from all angles.

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