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Climate action: At the Summit, EU and Chinese leaders reaffirmed their commitment to implementing the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change and, as major energy consumers and importers, highlighted the importance of fostering cooperation in their energy policies. At the joint press conference following the Summit, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said: “As...
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Solar energy is becoming a force to be reckoned with. Last year, China and the United States installed a record 15 and 7.5 gigawatts (GW) of solar, respectively. This year, the world could install as much as 66 GW.In 2015, investors poured $161 billion of capital into solar, the largest amount for any single power...
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These are the average capacity factors of every Danish offshore wind farm, and include data to the end of August 2016. The Anholt 1 windfarm, which only opened in 2013, hit an average capacity factor of 46.6% for the full year 2015. source: EnergyNumbers, ENS The capacity factor is the average power generated, divided by the rated...
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The European Parliament approved Tuesday 04-10-2016 the ratification of the Paris Climate Change Agreement aiming to limit global average temperatures growth and reduce emissions, the European Commission said. “Today the European Union turned climate ambition into climate action. The Paris Agreement is the first of its kind and it would not have been possible were it not...
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This statistic reflects the structure of residential end-user electricity prices in selected European cities as of February 2016. In Dublin, Ireland, energy taxes accounted for around six percent of the electricity price. (source: statista)
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(in million metric tons oil equivalent) This statistic shows the annual consumption of renewable energy, excluding hydro electricity, within Europe and Eurasia from 2004 to 2015. Over this period consumption has steadily increased, reaching 142.8 million metric tons of oil equivalent in 2015. (Source: Statista, BP)   * Excludes hydro electricity consumption. The source adds...
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Between 2013 and 2014 (the latest time frame EU-wide figures are available), Sweden had the greatest renewable energy share (RES) in the European Union, 51 percent. The UK is at the very opposite end of the spectrum with renewables accounting for a mere 5.7 percent of energy generation. (source: statista)
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