COVID-hit green energy sector may be helped via EIB loans and EU-wide tendering of 7.5GW in 2020 and again in 2021, in plans that herald a future intertwining with the clean hydrogen industry.
Calls build for green EU COVID-19 comeback as Spanish outlet EL PAÍS quotes unpublished European Commission plan, reportedly focusing on green energy and buildings as priority areas.
#EUGreenRecovery letter signed by SolarPower Europe and 31 other associations urges EU lawmakers to link economic relief plans with European Green Deal.
Move by EU leaders to push ‘green transition’ into heart of pandemic recovery plan comes as reports of supply chain impacts spread across the bloc's major PV markets.
EU executive finds no competition concerns around €4.1 billion deal that will see Mitsubishi take 80% stake in Eneco and subsidiary Chubu hold remaining 20%.
EU production line of 5 to 10GW a year is possible and would help deliver the required 117GW-to-630GW capacity push, experts say as separate study touts PV’s job benefits for coal regions.
Carbon neutrality, renewable target and PV rooftop pledges by new Conservative-Green alliance herald ‘solar decade’ of the 2020s, says EU PV body SolarPower Europe.
The EU’s solar market doubled roll-out in 2019 with 16.7GW of deployment, up 104% on the 8.2GW installed in 2018, according to SolarPower Europe.
The bloc's island territories can now learn from the experiences of six pilot projects in their attempts to transition to a clean energy network.
European Investment Bank mulls shifting lending to batteries and market-based clean energy projects as part of policy reboot to help EU lead fight against climate change.
PV Tech quizzes HIPERION’s promoters over potential strengths but also cost challenges of Insolight’s planar optical micro-tracking process, tested outdoors and supported with €10.6m EU grant.
Sigma 204MW project in Cádiz province comes amid 794MW new renewable push by group, which already owns 260MW Valdesolar scheme.
France and the Netherlands put forward new renewable support measures and lay out how far they are willing to go subsidising PV, wind and others.
SPE, ETIP PV: Bolder approach would help continent seize largely untapped building-integrated PV potential, which goes well beyond rooftop installations.
European Commission’s green light will see country inject up to €5.4bn into PV, wind and others via auctions and contracts for difference until 2021.