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Montenegro will not issue new energy license in 2018

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

The Ministry of Economy of Montenegro did not foresee issuing energy permits in 2018. The reason is that Montenegro is already close to reaching the national target of 33 percent of the produced energy from renewable energy sources (RES). The Government of Montenegro recently adopted the …

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UNDP BiH seeks consultant to explore potential of renewable energy sources

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

The UNDP BiH seeks a consultant for development of Study on renewable energy sources with a focus on biomass, geothermal energy and Solar Power.

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San Francisco Startup Secures 55M to Expand Solar in Africa

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

Off Grid Electric, a San Francisco-based company that develops rooftop solar and battery systems in Africa, has raised $55 million as it expands into Ghana. The Series D round was led by Helios Investment Partners and included GE Ventures, the venture capital subsidiary of General Electric Co., …

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Companies Are Riding The Renewable Energy Wave But Are Skipping Other Energy Saving

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

Sun Chemical is now deploying onsite and offsite renewable energy programs as a way to cut electricity costs and to improve environmental performance. Its latest effort is the installation of rooftop and carport solar panels, all under a contract to buy the output at a fixed cost to serve one of its production …

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Obton Enters UK Solar Market

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

Danish investment company Obton has finalized acquisition of two solar PV projects in the UK. This marks the company's entry into the UK market. Obton Enters UK Solar Market. Constructed by an German solar developer, both PV projects were connected to the grid in March 2017. The acquisition of …

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EY Europe will reach parity in the use of traditional and renewable energy by 2025 20 years

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

According to research by EY, the amounts of traditional and renewable energy used in Europe will be similar by 2025, which will be two decades earlier than in the United States. Electric vehicles will become a basic transport option by 2025 in all markets according to EY, and annual revenue of USD 67 …

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Foresight fills Italian coffers

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

Foresight Group has raised €70m through its green bond fund to finance renewables projects in Italy. The first close of the fund generated strong appeal from banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions including the European Investment Bank under the European Fund for Strategic …

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Fortum and NKM agree on plan for EV charging network in Hungary

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

National Utilities intends to establish an EV charging network in Hungary in the near future with Fortum Charge & Drive providing the cloud-based SaaS solution (Software as a service) to administer and operate the network, based upon its expertise in Nordic markets. National Utilities is aiming to play a …

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Who needs Snowy 2 0 Australia to hit RET early after record investment

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

The CER had previously said about 6000 megawatts of new renewable energy generation would be needed between 2016 and 2019 to meet the RET; now this benchmark may be hit ahead of schedule after record levels of renewables investment in 2017. About 4924 megawatts of the proposed 6532 …

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Nike goes 100 renewable across North America

Monday, January 22nd, 2018 | Filed under Renewable Energy

Sportswear giant Nike is now more than half way towards its pledge to source 100% renewable energy globally, after signing a power purchase … “This agreement enables us to source 100% renewable energy across our owned or operated facilities in North America,” Nike's chief sustainability officer …

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