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Our vision is to ensure that solar power is the leading contributor to Europe's energy system.
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James Watson Apr 20
getting cheaper every day tells to RES event in huge potential in
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SolarPower Europe Apr 20
. is looking to local authorities as in solar and energy storage. The top 10 investor authorities have collectively invested over £80 million in solar! Read more:
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pv Europe Apr 20
Mayors support Small is Beautiful Campaign:
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SolarPower Europe Apr 20
surprised us all in 2017 by growing more than anyone predicted worldwide – our Executive Advisor outlines his 10 main observations from the 2017 global solar market developments and predictions for 2018 in our latest newsletter here:
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James Watson Apr 20
Bulgarian PV leader Meglena Russenova begins RES event calling for regulatory stability and predictability confirms transition urgently needed
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Sam Kimmins Apr 20
120,000 new local jobs,, lower energy bills, a decrease in carbon emissions... A more ambitious 35% RES target will deliver all these and more! See - 35 reasons why EU needs a 35% target:
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European Association for Electrical Contractors Apr 19
Why do we need small-scale in ? The sector alone could create over 335,000 jobs by 2030 – most of these jobs will be created locally for the installation and maintenance of small-scale solar!
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SolarPower Europe Apr 19
because small-scale installations are helping over 100 of the world’s biggest cities to run on ! Read more:
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James Watson Apr 19
Great to see the mayor's of Europe backing the principles of fair treatment of small energy installations in the clean energy package: keep priority dispatch no balancing resp.
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SolarPower Europe Apr 19
European citizens want more – but with the proposed harmful regulations on small-scale installations, we risk taking away the ability of citizens to participate in the for a !
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Energy Cities Apr 19
Energy Cities is joining "Small is beautiful" campaign 🤩 We urge policy makers to acknowledge the specificities of small-scale installations and facilities in the Electricity Market Design regulatory framework!
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SolarPower Europe Apr 19
Small renewables installations are crucial to a successful in cities – that's why we are delighted to announce that have joined the campaign to safeguard small installations across Europe!
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Energy Cities Apr 19
We are delighted to announce that Energy Cities has joined the campaign to support small-scale and co-generation installations in , currently at risk under new legislation! More info on the campaign:
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Energy Cities Apr 19
✔️ready to welcome & to discuss which policy, legal & financial framework are needed for the next EU legislative&financial programming period
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SolarPower Europe Apr 19
What do 120,000 new local jobs, innovative business opportunities, lower costs on everyone’s energy bill and a decrease in carbon emissions have in common? A more ambitious 35% RES target! 35 reasons why EU needs a 35% target:
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SolarPower Europe Apr 19
Where Can You Put ? Almost Anywhere You Want! Check out these solar trees in Bourgas, where you can charge your phone on the power from the sun!
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Claude Turmes Apr 18
Discussions in the Bulgarian Parliament this morning highlight the gigantic potential for in South-Eastern Europe. Some 40 GW of wind & solar can be deployed cost-effectively right now! Time to raise ambition in the
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James Watson Apr 18
The event in BG parliament begins with explaining how SE Europe can lead on new solar investments
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Julian Schorpp Apr 18
at , we agree with ! self-consumption is key for Europe's energy transition and should be promoted via EU regulation (RED, electricity market design)
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SolarPower Europe Apr 18
In the sector alone, the difference between a 27% & a 35% RES target could mean over 6,000M euros of gross value added to the European economy and 120,000 new jobs! More on why Europe needs a 35% RES target for 2030:
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