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E.U. on track to meet 20% renewable energy target by 2020 - report

The European Union is most likely to meet its 20 percent renewable energy target by 2020, according to a new report from the EurObserv'ER Barometer program. The program, which measures the progress in renewable energy deployment in member states of the E.U., found that the share of renewables in the gross final energy consumption of the E.U. climbed from 12.5 percent in 2010 to 13.4 percent in 2011, an increase of 0.9 points...

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World’s largest aluminum recycling center breaks ground in Germany

Ground has been broken in Nachterstedt, Germany for a $250 million facility which will be the world’s largest aluminum recycling center. Aluminum recycling company Novelis began working on the recycling center on November 26 and expects to commission the plant by mid-2014. The facility is adjacent to their existing aluminum rolling mill and will enable the company to produce 400,000 metric tons of aluminum...

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Energy giants form coalition to ensure E.U.’s decarbonization

Five large names in the European energy industry formed a corporate coalition that aims to reinforce the low-carbon energy policy in the regional bloc. Alpine-Energie, Dong Energy, First Solar, GE Energy and Shell, all big investors in gas and renewable energy projects, said they will together support the European Union’s climate mitigation plans. The European Union, under its “climate action roadmap,”...

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Solar PV playing a key role in Europe’s decarbonization

For the past 10 years, the European photovoltaic industry had grown by an average of over 40 percent yearly, while production costs have dropped by around 60 percent, according to the European Commission’s Joint Research Center in a report. Meanwhile, last year, Europe collectively comprised two thirds, or more than 63 percent, of global solar PV installations, earning the reputation as the “world leader in solar...

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Irish wind industry policy paper pushing government to do more

Ireland enjoys constant winds, with almost all parts of the country having either excellent or very good wind resources. It could thus be one of the best spots in Europe for generating low-carbon power, delivering a competitive energy-based industrial sector” at the same time. The Irish Wind Energy Association came up with this conclusion in its new policy paper, “Export Policy – A Renewables Development Policy...

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Two thirds of the world’s new solar PV installed in Europe in 2011

In 2011, two-thirds of new photovoltaic installations across the globe, were in Europe, according to a recent report by the European Commission's Joint Research Center. The European Union is considered as the leading region in terms of solar installations, accounting for over 70 percent of worldwide electricity generated from solar energy in 2011. Last year saw an additional 18.5 gigawatts of P.V. capacity...

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Spain to implement 6 percent tax on power generation revenue

The Spanish cabinet approved a proposal to impose a 6 percent tax on all energy production in the country – both from renewable and non-renewable sources – to make up for its accumulated tariff deficit. The tariff deficit, the difference between the actual cost of energy and what the consumer pays, has reportedly reached 24 billion euros in Spain ($31.5 billion) in December 2011 largely due to subsidies for renewable energy production.

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European Commission to start solar anti-dumping investigation

Following the implementation of anti-dumping duties by the U.S., the European Commission is set to conduct its own investigation against Chinese photovoltaic manufacturers after complaints from PV manufacturers led by SolarWorld. The Commission will conduct the investigation on Chinese imports of solar panels and key components like solar cells and wafers within 15 months and release findings, and possible sanctions would be imposed by December next year.

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E.U. policy helped reduce air quality in harbors

A European Union policy which limits sulfur content in fuels for ships at berth or at anchor in ports has helped decrease sulfur dioxide emissions from shipping in E.U. ports. By measuring key air quality parameters in certain harbors before and after the sulfur content limits were enforced, an average decrease of 66 percent in sulfur dioxide concentrations were found.

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Portuguese police force add Nissan Leaf to their fleet

The Polish police will be adding eight electric vehicles to the force to patrol the country’s large urban areas and arrive at scenes of the crime “in near silence.” Portugal’s Polícia de Segurança Pública, which concentrates largely on large urban areas in the country, will be receiving eight Nissan Leaf police cars for the force’s Safe School Program but they said the vehicles can also be used for other police duties.

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