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 [...]

Europe Can Double Renewable Energy Share by 2030, IRENA Says

The European Union can boost the share of renewables to 34 percent of its energy mix by 2030, triggering hundreds of [...]

European Parliament Pushes for More Ambitious Renewable Energy Targets

But the parliament’s 2030 proposal still has to win out over a weaker EU Council plan. Renewable energy groups [...]