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Our Analysis of the EU Green Deal and COP 25 in Madrid

Last week the European Commission presented an ambitious “green deal”, while the global community at the COP25 climate conference in Madrid saw the conference end with sobering results. We took the opportunity to summarize these developments, presenting a brief overview of the main results of...

Energy storage comes together

Energy Storage Europe 2018 has grown to be one of the world's leading conference and trade events, concentrating on energy storage technologies. Held in Düsseldorf March 13 – 15, the event hosted the most comprehensive international conference programme focused on fast-growing energy storage markets and the...

Accelerating the Global Energy Transition to 100% Renewables

By Hans-Josef Fell The New Year has started with some remarkable news: electricity generation from renewable energy especially wind, have broken records in several European countries. In 2017, British wind farms produced more electricity than coal plants on more than 75% of days. Renewables covered a record...

Australia as renewable energy laboratory writ large

In many ways, 2017 has become somewhat of a watershed year for the Australian renewables market, with utilities, businesses and households all adopting renewables while political debate about climate mitigation and renewable energy policy has raged. On the distributed generation front, there has never been more...

The view from two high-growth markets

For different reasons, Taiwan and Australia will round out 2017 as two of the fastest growing mid-sized PV and battery storage markets. DWR eco attended both the PV Taiwan and All Energy Australia trade shows in October, speaking as a part of the conference program...

The sun may shine on Germany’s Jamaica

While the rise of the populist right, and its entering of the German Parliament for the first time since the Second World War may be capturing international headlines, the shape the next German government will take remains unclear. But its colors are beginning to show. The...