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The EU's €750bn ($829bn) recovery fund could be financed by including aviation and shipping in the EU carbon market
The US government has extended ITC and PTC deadlines for green projects
Amazon has announced five new renewable energy projects in China, Australia and the US
China to install 600 MW of solar in Zambia
Siemens Gamesa to install 14-MW offshore turbines at Taiwan’s Hai Long 2
Renewables are proving more resilient than fossil fuels, although green investment continues to fail to meet Paris Agreement requirements
Vestas, Siemens Gamesa emerge as the world’s leading turbine manufacturers, as the industry posts record installations in 2019.
Denmark has unveiled ambitious plans to build 4 GW of subsidy-free offshore wind capacity on two energy islands in the North and Baltic Seas.
2020 has so far been a record-breaking time for renewables in the UK
Zimbabwe is to invite bids to install 500 MW of solar capacity
EIB lends $82mn to ArcelorMittal to cut emissions in Belgium
US bounces back to top of EY green index
Global renewable energy installations are forecast to dip 13% to 167GW in 2020
The 17% emissions drop is unlikely to have a fundamental effect on future emissions levels, but new research could give government more insight into how to fight climate change
The US government has ended its two-year rent holiday for wind and solar projects located on federally owned land
Air Liquide Japan and Japan H2 Mobility (JHyM) have jointly opened a new hydrogen station in Kasugai Katsugawa, Aichi Prefecture