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  • As part of its sustainability efforts, the tech giant Google has announced what it calls the biggest corporate purchase of renewable energy in history.The investment, a package of agreements and 18 energy deals totalling 1.6 GW, will increase the company’s global wind and solar energy portfolio by m...

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  • Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPVs) – photovoltaic materials that are used to replace conventional materials in parts of a building envelope – are growing increasingly advanced. So why aren’t they more common? Andrew Mourant takes a look at their growth potential.

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  • Indonesia was the world’s fourth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases in 2015. Will a new, government-driven renewables programme be able to improve the country’s environmental profile as it strives to expand energy access? David Hayes takes a look at progress so far.

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  • What would a self-sustaining, low carbon energy world of tomorrow look like? Here, UK Research and Innovation’s Rob Saunders describes progress being made by several UK projects to begin to integrate innovative, multi-agency local initiatives into something that will deliver cleaner and cheaper ener...

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  • Twelve new renewable energy projects, nearly all offshore or sited on Scottish islands and together providing 6 GW of generating capacity, have won Contracts for Difference (CfDs) under the government’s renewables support scheme. For the first time, these projects are expected to come online below m...

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  • ECOVE, a Taiwanese environmental management company, has completed the installation of the largest photovoltaic project in the city of Taipei.The plant is located on the roof of the Beitou Depot, part of the city’s metro system, and is expected to generate some 4 GWh of renewable power per year.Acco...

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  • Offshore wind developer Ørsted, together with hydrogen specialist ITM Power and Element Energy, has won funding from the government for a green hydrogen project.The ‘Gigastack’ feasibility study, led by ITM Power, will investigate the potential delivery of bulk, lowcost and zero carbon hydrogen in c...

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  • Solar power has now reached ‘grid parity’ – the point at which renewables can generate energy at a cost equal to the price of power from the grid – in 344 Chinese cities, according to a new study published in Nature Energy. Prior research had indicated that solar would reach this crucial tippin...

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  • Australia will officially meet the obligations of its Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET) one year ahead of schedule, Australia’s Clean Energy Council has announced.The target, introduced in 2001, was for Australia to generate 33,000 GWh of power from large-scale renewable energy by 2020. The...

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