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Turkey: seven power stations, seven MW

In the provincial capital Denizli northwest of Antalya, be installed seven major PV plants with a total capacity of 7,4 MW.

New record for wind power in 2014

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) published its "Global Wind Report" for the year 2014.

The energy potential’s of Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine etc.

Countries from Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan, from Ukraine to Uzbekistan have the potential for rapid development, if they can adopt long-term energy policies.

EU project presents recommendations for reform in the energy sector in Moldova

Increased security of energy supply, improved energy efficiency and living conditions for the people, and promotion of renewable energy

New renewable energy act in Poland

A new renewable energy act was finally adopted in Poland, which changes the support for renewable energy sources as of 1 January 2016.

Transposition of the Third Energy Package into national law in Ukraine

Establishment of a fully integrated and competetive gas market in Ukraine

For the first time in 40 years carbon emissions stop rising

According to the International Energy Agency, last year global emissions were unchanged. This happened for the first time during a period of economic growth in four decades.

EU's second highest share of renewable energy in 2013 was recorded by Latvia

In 2013 Latvia's share of renewable energy in final energy consumption amounted to 37.1%.

The Bulgarian parliament removes feed-in tariffs while trying to attract new renewable projects

This was made in attempt to reduce consumer prices.

RES LEGAL offers now a more complete picture on all Energy Community Contracting Parties

All Energy Community Contracting Parties included in the RES LEGAL Europe database
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