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RuSTEC – The DESERTEC Of The North – To Help EU In Achieving 2020 Renewable Energy Targets

With many green energy projects put under financial pressure by the debt crisis in Europe, EU Member States may have to look further afield for help in meeting their 2020 targets. Russia has for decades been one of the main suppliers of fossil fuels to

Total European Union Solar Thermal Collector Capacity Installed In 2010 And 2011

m2 MWth MWth m2 Germany 14044000 9830.80 15234000 10663.8 Austria 4558279 3190.80 4766329 3336.4 Greece 4086025 2860.20 4089422 2862.6 Italy 2503949 1752.80 2932451 2052.7 Spain 2460000 1722.00 2735590 1914.9 France*** 2100000 1470.00 2370000 1659 Poland 655742 459.00 903659 632.6 Netherlands 811000 567.70 836350 585.4 Czech

Progress Report on the Promotion and Use of Energy from Renewable Sources In EU Member States

The reports describe the overall renewable energy policy developments in each Member State and their compliance with the measures set out in the Directive and the National Renewable Energy Action Plans of each Member State. Member States’ progress reports are posted in their original language

SunEdison, IFC, OPIC and UniCredit Complete €155m Project Financing Arrangement for a 60.4 MWp Solar Power Plant in Bulgaria

SunEdison, a leading worldwide solar energy services provider and subsidiary of MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. (NYSE: WFR), today announced it has completed a €155 million non-recourse debt financing arrangement with IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and UniCredit

MECASOLAR Delivered 343 MW Of Photovoltaic Trackers and Structures in 2011

Italy, Spain, US, Canada, Greece and UK were the main markets for MECASOLAR in 2011, a year in which the company manufactured more than 5,169 solar trackers, installed in 203 solar farms equivalent to 61 MW. 85% Of MECASOLAR sales in 2011 were exports. The

Second National Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Separate Listings for Article 10 of Directive 2010/31/EU

The European Union (EU) has adopted a framework for energy end-use efficiency and energy services. Among other things, this includes an indicative energy savings target for the Member States, obligations on national public authorities as regards energy savings and energy efficient procurement, and measures to

Hydropower To Represent 10.5% Of EU Electricity Consumption in 2020.

Around 90% of Small Hydro Power (SHP) installed capacity will be concentrated in six countries in 2020, namely Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Austria and Sweden. However, a high potential for the development of SHP also exists in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland and Romania. According