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European utilities face relatively minor short-term economic and financial consequences from the Covid-19 pandemic beyond the constraints on employees from lockdowns and sickness, says Scope Ratings.
Energy non-profit Bioenergy Europe has released a statement welcoming the new European Industrial Strategy, which provides important reference for the development of the European industry.
Carbon emissions from the electricity sector fell at the fastest rate in 30 years – the result of countries worldwide turning their backs on coal, says a new report from climate think-tank Ember.
New data from energy market analyst EnAppSys showed that wind power amounted to an average output of 85.4GW – equivalent to over two hundred 400MW coal units of power generation – in February 2020.
Carwow has revealed the countries in Europe that have had the highest increase in electric vehicle (EV) chargers year on yea
Almost half (45%) of EV drivers worry about a lack of available charge points in the near future, according to a new report by Shell e-mobility subsidiary NewMotion.
Onshore wind generation grew by 11.8 GW compared to offshore wind which grew 3.6 GW, bringing Europe's total wind capacity at the start of the decade to 205GW of wind energy - 15% of all electricity consumption in Europe last year.
Overall renewable energy capacity investment figures for 2019 saw wind (onshore and offshore) beat solar on with $138.2 billion globally