New Greek Law Will Add Storage to Solar Tenders

The Greek parliament has approved a new law introducing renewable energy policies for auction design and small projects with [...]

Germany’s Renewable Energy Law Is About to Look More American

The next phase of Germany’s energy transition takes competitive markets into account. As cost pressures mount in the German [...]

In Japan, New Policy Spurs Solar Power Boom

Across Japan, technology firms and private investors are racing to install devices that until recently they had little interest [...]

Yanukovych signs law on change in rules on renewable energy market in Ukraine

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has signed law No. 5485-VI, which considerably changes the conditions of operation on the renewable [...]

Key offshore wind liability law is passed by German Bundestag

Germany’s Bundestag, the lower house of parliament, on Thursday approved a law intended to jump-start the country’s stalled offshore [...]

Additional powers in UK Govt’s draft Energy Bill

The Government plans to introduce additional powers in its draft Energy Bill to provide certainty about the details of [...]

Polands heads towards Feed-in-Tariff

Poland, a country that produces 90% of its electricity with coal and once a seemingly impregnable bastion of neoliberalism [...]

Phillippines ERC releases feed-in-tariff rates for renewable energy

The Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday approved the long-awaited feed-in tariffs (FIT) for renewable energy sources, a move expected [...]

Developers rush to be Japan’s first new renewable players

On June 18, 2012, Yukio Edano, the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) accepted the recommendation of an [...]

Japan’s Feed-in-Tariff energy system under way

Japan has taken its first step in spreading the use of renewable energy with Sunday’s start of a feed-in [...]