Will Solar Win The Battle With Coal In The Czech Republic?

The current population of the Czech Republic is approximately 10.63 million people. In 2018, utilities used fossil fuels (57.4%), nuclear…

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Germany’s Renewable Energy Isn’t Reducing Greenhouse Emissions

The Federal Republic of Germany currently has an estimated population of 82.37 million people. In 2018, Germany’s power plants used…

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Europe’s Largest Energy Storage System Opens In Belgium

The Kingdom of Belgium (Belgium) currently has a population of approximately 11.52 million people. The power plants in the country…

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Portugal’s Floating Offshore Wind Farm

The European Investment Bank EIB) has announced plans to provide a US $69 million loan to construct a floating wind…

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Largest Offshore Wind Farm

The Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm is located off the northeast coast of England. The wind farm will have…

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United Kingdom – Wind Overtakes Nuclear

Wind now provides more electricity than nuclear power in the United Kingdom (UK). This is the first time that offshore…

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Greece’s Renewable Energy Program

The Hellenic Republic (Greece) is preparing begin tendering for wind and solar projects. The first tender will be held on…

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What Countries Are Leading In The Development Of Renewable Energy

What countries are leading in the development of renewable energy in the world? The People’s Republic of China, United Kingdom,…

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Politics of Russian Hydrocarbons on Renewable Energy

In 2017, the European Union (EU) imported approximately 1.29 billion barrels of oil and 4.28 trillion cubic feet of natural…

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Wave Energy Research Update

Australian Marine & Offshore Group (AMOG), headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, has received a grant from the European Union Regional Development…

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