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Germany and California combine their efforts in achieving climate goals

Germany will cooperate with California on climate change goals after the U.S. President Donald Trump's decision earlier this month to withdraw from the 2015 Paris agreement, which was condemned by world leaders and many in the industry.

read more... 13/06/2017


Norway: first offshore drilling rig using 100% onshore power to cut emissions

An offshore drilling rig will be powered entirely from electricity produced onshore which could be a world first in a move to reduce dioxide emissions.

read more... 12/06/2017


Germany, Belgium and Denmark encourage the increase of Europe's offshore wind capacity

Germany, Denmark and Belgium joined with 25 industry giants, including Dong Energy and Siemens Gamesa, to issue a statement pledging to increase Europe's offshore wind capacity by almost 500% in the next decade.

read more... 09/06/2017


Record amount of green power capacity installed in 2016

A record amount of clean power capacity was installed worldwide last year as decreasing costs for wind and solar made them more competitive with fossil fuels, as shown in the research by renewables policy organization REN21 on Tuesday.

read more... 07/06/2017


Germany: Energy leaders are hesitant to adopt renewable energy

Decision makers in Germany’s energy sector back the move to a low carbon system but hesitate to implement measures themselves, according to a green energy company, which surveyed 1,000 respondents about their attitudes concerning energy policy problems and their desire to invest in clean gas and electricity.

read more... 31/05/2017