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EDP to Invest EUR 24 Bn in Energy Transition, Eyeing 50 GW RE Capacity by 2030

EDP has announced its Strategic Update for the period 2021-2025, revealing a EUR 24 billion plan for investment in the energy transition EDP – Energias de Portugal – the Portuguese electric utility has announced its Strategic Update for the period 2021-2025, reinforcing its position as a leader of the energy transition, with an unprecedented EUR 24 billion […]

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16.5 GW Installed in Record Year for Wind Energy in the US: Report

The US added more wind capacity than ever before in 2020, with 16.5 GW installed – far exceeding the previous record set in 2012. The US added more wind capacity than ever before in 2020. Some 16.5 gigawatts of capacity was installed – far exceeding the previous record set in 2012. General Electric was the […]

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Solar now the Leading Source of Renewable Energy in India: MNRE

MNRE in its January 2021 report, has detailed that solar, with 38.79 GW installed, is now the leading source of renewable energy in India The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued a monthly summary for the Cabinet for the month of January 2021, detailing all the events and development that took place during the […]

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Wind, Solar Must Grow by 162 & 253 GW for Europe to Meet 2030 Emissions Target: WM

A new report details that for Europe to meet the 2030 emissions target, dramatic changes are needed including increased wind and solar installations A new report by Wood Mackenzie details that while the new 2030 emissions target of Europe of seeing a 55 percent reduction over 1990 levels has made it the undisputed global leader […]

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Nearly 30 GW Wind Capacity Auctioned in H2 2020, Growth Back on-Track: GWEC

According to a new analysis by GWEC, nearly 30 GW of new wind capacity was awarded globally through auctions in the second half (H2) of 2020. Despite the economic and supply chain impacts felt across the world in 2020 due to COVID-19, the global wind energy industry has continued to power ahead and reach new […]

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Coal Could Boom in India if Renewables Can’t Keep up With Growth: Rystad

A report by Rystad expects Coal in India to come back with a vengeance, growing by 43 percent to 1,523 TWh in 2037. Power generation from coal in India fell to a five-year low of “just” 1,064 terawatt-hours (TWh) in 2020 due to the COVID-19 induced slowdown. This was only a dip, however, as coal […]

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Global Offshore Wind Energy Market Size to Reach USD 81 Billion by 2030

A new report by insightSLICE has found that the global offshore wind energy market size was USD 23 billion in 2019 and has predicted that the market will reach USD 81 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 12 percent. According to International Energy Agency (IEA), the offshore wind generation turbines with capacities reaching a […]

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Ashok Leyland Running 60% of Countrywide Operations With Clean Energy

Ashok Leyland has announced that it has increased the sourcing of clean energy to 60 percent for its countrywide operations. Ashok Leyland, the flagship commercial vehicle manufacturer of the Hinduja Group has announced that it has increased the sourcing of clean energy to 60 percent for its countrywide operations.  The firm has detailed that now […]

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Coal Power may Have Already Passed its Peak, if India Delivers its RE Targets

An analysis by energy think tank Ember has revealed that coal power has continued to decline in India since reaching a peak in 2018. An analysis by energy think tank Ember has revealed that India’s coal power has continued to decline since reaching a peak in 2018. Coal-fired electricity generation in India fell 5 percent […]

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