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Sector on brink of competing with fossil fuels but China-EU could derail years of progress, writes Joe Curtin
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Falling costs and improving technology leaves politicians as the major hurdle to renewable energy deployment says Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth.
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New figures show that countries in Africa are spending more on importing oil than they are receiving in overseas aid. Renewables investment could free up development funds.
New partnership pursues East Asian grid that could connect Russia, China and Japan to huge clean energy power sources in Gobi desert.
Affordable pay as you go solar power is bringing electricity to some of the world’s poorest nations.
New report shows industry is worth €127bn to the EU yet opposition to clean energy remains.
Solar insider warns Government’s proposed new energy efficiency proviso would “kill” the industry.
The UK High Court has ruled that government decisions to slash feed-in-tarrifs for solar panels on homes were ‘legally flawed’.
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