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Wind, Solar, Biomass Overtake Coal Power in EU for First Time

Power generated by wind, solar and biomass in the European Union overtook coal for the first time in 2017, a report by Germany’s climate lobbyist Agora Energiewende and U.K. think tank Sandbag showed

Sustainable Energy for All Forum

The 2018 Sustainable Energy for All Forum will take place in Lisbon, Portugal on May 2nd and 3rd

Romanian Electricity Market fully liberalized

As of 1st January 2018, the electricity market in Romania is fully liberalized.

Solar plant development in Lithuania needs major stimulus

Energy Ministry has drawn up ambitious plans for solar power, yet market participants are still somewhat sceptical.

Green Houses Program in Slovakia with € 13 million budget for 2018

Scheme has been in place since 2015.

Belarus attends 8th Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency

The 8th session of the International Renewable Energy Agency recently took place in Abu Dhabi.

Bulgaria has cheapest household electricity prices in the EU

Housholds pay less than 10 Euro per 100 kWh.

Bosnia-Herzegovina adopts first nationwide energy efficiency action plan

Bosnia-Herzegovina adopted its first energy efficiency action plan on a country level.

EU Parliament proposes 35 % Renewables Target by 2030

Committee on Industry, Research and Energy proposes new EU renewable energy target of 35 % by 2030.

Poland signs agreement for 80-MW Siarzewo hydropower plant

Poland's government signed a deal to acquire a building permit for a dam and 80 MW hydropower plant.
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