EU Approves €385 Million Renewable Energy Scheme for Lithuania

The Lithuanian government plans introduce a new scheme in May which will provide assistance for the installation of renewable [...]

European Solar Comes of PPAge

Solar PPA activity in Europe grew from 360 MW in 2017 to more than 2.4 GW in 2018. These projects [...]

European Court of Justice Rules Feed-in Tariffs Do Not Constitute State Aid

“According to the Court of Justice, the General Court was wrong to find that the funds generated by the [...]

Solar Broke Records All Over Europe This Summer

And more could be broken next year as deployment picks up. This year saw new solar output highs across [...]

Germany Drives Onshore Wind Growth in Northwest Europe

But changes are coming to region’s largest wind market, according to a new Wood Mackenzie report. A record year [...]

New York Looks to Europe for Successful Offshore Wind Transmission Models

A New York Power Authority-led study will determine the most cost-effective means to build transmission for 2,400 megawatts of [...]

State Aid: Commission Approves Three Support Measures for Renewable Energy in Denmark

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules three schemes to support electricity production from wind and [...]

Coal-Heavy Poland Moves to Renewables, Finally

But coal will be king for a long time. Poland, Europe’s biggest exporter and second-biggest consumer of coal, is [...]

Electric Cars: Charge Points Could be Requirement in New Build Homes

New homes in suburban England would need to be fitted with electric car charging points under a government proposal [...]

More ‘Subsidy-Free’ Offshore Wind Emerges in Europe

The Netherlands will have zero-subsidy offshore wind by 2022, but it still remains a special case. “Subsidy-free” offshore wind [...]