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How Spain risks slowing down the energy transition

The Spanish Government is planning to impose a new financial measure on certain wind farms and other power generation assets. It says these assets are earning “windfall profits” as a result of higher carbon prices. If approved, the measure would impact the revenues of wind farms and other power plants. 
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WindTV – Coming to a screen near you! 1-4 December 2020

WindTV – Certainly not just another Zoom webinar!
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All you need to know about onshore wind

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We all know about the huge expansion of offshore wind envisaged in Europe. But the EU wants onshore wind to grow even more: from 174 GW today to up to 750 GW in 2050. This is doable and will bring lots of benefits to the European economy and citizens. Find out about onshore wind’s benefits in this infographic.
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National Energy & Climate Plans: 3 key elements for effective delivery

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Too lazy to read 26 National Energy & Climate Plans? No problem! WindEurope has assessed them, focusing on three crucial dimensions for the expansion of wind energy: auction schedules, electrification and permitting. Amongst these, permitting remains the biggest bottleneck in...
Energy 21-09-2018

No decarbonisation without electrification

Decarbonising Europe’s economy means replacing fossil fuels by renewables wherever possible. And that implies getting much more renewable electricity into heating and transport, writes Giles Dickson.
Energy 05-10-2017

Corporate PPAs: A game changer for clean energy

Companies like Google, Norsk Hydro and Facebook are increasingly turning to corporate renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) as a secure, reliable and competitive source of power from clean energy sources, writes Malgosia Bartosik.