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Worldwide Investments in Clean Energy Projects have Hit a Six-Year Low
Investments slowed in all three major markets -- the U.S., Europe and China -- but China’s decline was especially pronounced as the country continued its shift away from subsidies for solar and wind power.
EU Carbon Prices Hit an 11-year High
After a decade of single-digit prices, the cost of carbon has been rising for the last 19 months following moves by EU lawmakers to reduce the number of free permits in the system, which began in January 2019.
Renewables are Fast Catching up With Fossil Fuels
According to the research: Fossil fuels offer 'increasingly poor' return on energy investment. Scientists say renewables are fast catching up with fossil fuels on the amount of energy they yield compared to how much they require to build and operate.
EU-Backed Fund to Invest millions into Southern European PV
Southern European PV is to reap a multi-million funding boost via an investment fund backed by strategic EU programmes.
Report Shows：Consumers Prefer Self-Installing Smart Energy Devices
The results of a study conducted by Parks Associates on energy management, utilities and smart home, highlight that consumers are increasingly comfortable self-installing smart energy devices.
Long-Term Energy Policy Needed in Malaysia
Malaysia needs a long-term energy policy to ensure the sustainability of supply and attract investments into the country.
Chinese Energy Policy Change Drags on Global 1H Renewables Spend
In Europe, Spain reeled in $3.7bn, up 235% on the same period a year earlier, and the UK was up 35%, at $2.5bn. But in the Netherlands investment was 41% lower that in 1H 2018, at $2.2bn, Germany was down 42% at $2.1bn, and France lower by 75% at $567m.
Aggressive U.S. Energy Policy Tests Ties with European Allies
For the administration of President Donald Trump, a policy of “energy dominance” means reducing dependence on imported oil and promoting exports to boost the national economy and Washington’s political influence overseas.
KK Wind Solutions to Get a New Owner
Danish investment company A.P. Møller Holding A/S has agreed to acquire the compatriot KK Group A/S from SoLix Group AB.
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