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:: Climatescope 2014 – Global study shows clean energy activity surges in developing world

+ 30.10.2014 + China, Brazil and South Africa show wide diversity of clean energy investment opportunities

:: White solar modules: a revolution for building integration

+ 28.10.2014 + CSEM announces the world’s first white solar modules.

:: Policies put the EU on track to meet its 2020 climate and energy targets but bigger push needed for 2030

+ 27.10.2014 + European Union (EU) greenhouse gas emissions fell almost 2% between 2012 and 2013, putting the EU very close to its 2020 reduction target, according to new analysis from the European Environment Agency (EEA).

:: The installation of the 2014 Cascades project is nearing completion

+ 25.10.2014 + The work being done at Cascades is coming to an end. The work which took place between July and mid-September, lasted a little longer than expected given the implementation of new assembly procedures designed for this unique project.

:: New pellet factsheet launched

+ 24.10.2014 + WBA is pleased to announce the launch of the fact sheet: Pellets – a fast growing energy carrier.

:: Reviving Europe’s low - carbon industries in the global race

+ 23.10.2014 + EY launches “Europe’s Low Carbon Industries: A Health Check report”.

:: Canadian Solar to Introduce Diamond Module at 2014 SPI

+ 22.10.2014 + Canadian Solar Inc. announced that it will introduce a new, groundbreaking Diamond module at the upcoming Solar Power International (SPI) exhibition.

:: 736 KM (460 miles) WITHOUT CHARGING

+ 21.10.2014 + The team Andrej and Jasna  drove  on 11th and 12th of October from Bled in Slovenija till Dubrovnik in Croatia (726  km  and 5000 to 6000 meters of uphill) without charging.

:: Power supply for cruise ships

+ 20.10.2014 + Hamburg gets an environmentally friendly alternative for supplying power to cruise ships lying at port.

:: Onshore wind cheaper than coal, gas and nuclear, according to European Commission report

+ 20.10.2014 + Generating electricity from onshore wind is cheaper than gas, coal and nuclear when externalities are stacked with the levelised cost of energy and subsidies, according to an Ecofys study ordered and endorsed by the European Commission.

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