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REM covers information across all main renewable energy sources, including onshore and offshore wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biofuels, hydro, wave, tidal and marine. It also gives insight into new and developing technologies such as algal biofuels and advanced storage, keeping our customers abreast of the latest updates and innovations relevant to any of the above sectors.

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EIA sets out 2020 vision

5 February 2020

The US Energy Information Administration has released its Annual Energy Outlook for 2020, outlining its expectations for how energy trends will play out over the next 30 years.

Indonesia to close outdated coal plants and build more renewables

5 February 2020

Indonesia has unveiled plans to close coal plants over 20 years old, potentially removing 11,000 MW of capacity from the market

Tech giants dominate green PPAs

28 January 2020

Large corporations signed 19.5 GW of wind and solar power purchase agreements in 2019, up over 40% on 2018

UK makes green play in Africa

22 January 2020

The UK is to continue providing development financing for African countries that extract and use oil and gas in cleaner ways, despite UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement that his government would no longer support coal mining anywhere.

Global green spending rises 1% in 2019

22 January 2020

Global investment in renewable generation rose 1% in 2019 to $282bn, with the Chinese market falling and US spending reaching record levels.

ADB supports Maldives solar hybrid with $55mn grant

22 January 2020

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has provided $55mn of support to the Maldives to build solar-hybrid battery systems on 48 islands in a bid to reduce diesel consumption.

Western Balkans has potential for up to €20bn wind energy investment says new report

16 January 2020

Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) study reveals huge untapped renewable energy potential in the region, which currently relies heavily on coal power.

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