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Study: Solar thermal power promotes social development in North Africa

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Greek renewable power projects stalled by turmoil

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The UK's National Trust to invest £30m in renewable energy sources

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Member states on track to meet renewable energy targets, EU report finds

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IEA: Energy emissions can peak 10 years early, if fossil fuels targeted

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Commission must tackle fossil fuel subsidies

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Renewables jobs in EU drop, but rise worldwide

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Renewable energy storage will end capacity payments

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Fears over German coal fee unfounded, study says

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Shell lobbied to undermine EU renewables targets, documents reveal

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Lawmakers agree to limit food-based biofuels

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Europe trailing behind in global renewables rebound

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Leaders broadly endorse 'Energy Union' plans, leave details to later

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The powers of the Energy Union

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March solar eclipse: How will it effect the energy grid?

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An unexpected victory for renewables in Poland

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Bulgaria scraps incentives for new renewable energy installations

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Bärbel Höhn: Renewables are 'the most important source of energy in Germany'

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The EU should wrest back leadership on climate change from the courts

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