Georgian Government Introduces Changes to Support Renewable Energy Project Scheme

Georgian Economy Minister Levan Davitashvili on Monday said the Government had introduced changes to its support scheme for renewable [...]

EU Changes Policy Towards Renewable Energy Projects Due to “Overriding Public Interest”

In an effort to reduce the EU’s dependency on Russian energy, the EU has changed their policy towards renewable [...]

Poland’s ‘Dynamic’ Solar Sector on Track to Beat New Deployment Targets

A new energy strategy in Poland that aims to transition the country to a low-carbon economy by 2040 underestimates [...]

EU State of the Energy Union: Progress Made on the Clean Energy Transition

The Commission adopted today the 2020 State of the Energy Union Report and its accompanying documents focused on different aspects of [...]

European Council Raises Hopes of Green Stimulus Package

The economic fallout of the Covid-19 outbreak is yet to be determined but as legislators scramble to establish fiscal [...]

EU Climate Law Sets the Stage for a Green Transformation

Although decried for lacking ambition and as an abdication of responsibility in some quarters, the climate law proposed by [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Wind in Europe — How Does It Blow?

Europe maintains a healthy market but is looking forward to fresh energy and climate ambitions to add certainty over [...]

Global Wind Energy Insight: Offshore Breakthrough

‘A remarkable achievement,’ is the only thing I can say about where the European offshore wind industry finds itself [...]