Tag: Power Purchase Agreements

News and Policies, World

Mobilising Renewable Energy Projects in Small Island States

August 31, 2022


Despite increasingly intense natural disasters and a high dependency on fossil fuels, Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have demonstrated strong leadership by setting ambitious climate targets and national energy policies in pursuit of Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals. On-ground […]

Commercialization, Renewable Energy

Pexapark: European PPAs to exceed 10GW capacity in 2021

January 22, 2021

Via: PV Resources

Power purchase agreements (PPAs) in Europe could exceed 10GW of renewable energy capacity this year as deals have already started to rebound after a COVID-19 slowdown. That’s according to a new market outlook report published by renewables software firm Pexapark […]

Domestic, Energy Consumption

Renewable Energy Is Now Inevitable, Energy Secretary Says, Citing Price

June 3, 2016

Via: Forbes

Climate change may have inspired the clean-energy revolution, but price has made it inevitable, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz said Thursday, citing plunging prices in solar, wind and efficient innovations like LED lighting. “The discussion about climate and climate science and mitigation and adaptation […]