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Greece gears up for net metering

Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers, Markets & Trends | By:  Ilias Tsagas Greece’s Environmnet Ministry will make net metering possible for households and businesses, but the local PV industry has taken issue with its controversial provisions. Greek Deputy Minister of Environment, Energy […]

The Lesson in Renewable Energy Development from Spain

Toby D. Couture, IFOK GmbH  The most recent energy sector reforms passed in Spain represent the fourth time that a sweeping set of retroactive changes has rocked the country’s renewable energy (RE) industry. This new Royal Decree Law modifies billions […]

Standards for renewables ensure success – IRENA’s new study

A new study from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) highlights the value of clear, consistent, internationally accepted standards to ensure the successful deployment of renewable energy technologies. Renewable energy standards, regularly reviewed and updated by international committees of technical […]

WWEA releases 2013 Small Wind World Report Update

WWEA releases the 2013 Small Wind World Report Update – World market for small wind turbines sees dynamic growth and total capacity reaches 576 MW, 27 % more than in the previous year – More than 330 manufacturers of small […]

Endurance Wind Power forms strategic partnership with Norwin

Vancouver, BC October 8, 2012– Endurance Wind Power (EWP), manufacturer of advanced distributed wind turbines 5 to 50kW in size, is pleased to announce that it has formed a strategic partnership with Norwin A/S – a Danish medium wind turbine company […]

Eskasoni, Millbrook join forces on wind projects

A pair of Nova Scotia native communities are teaming up on small-scale wind projects. The Eskasoni and Millbrook First Nations announced the partnership Thursday. “This business venture is a huge opportunity to benefit both of our communities,” Eskasoni Chief Leroy […]