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  • U.S. renewable power grows, Maine leads

    19.04.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    About 6.2 percent of total U.S. electricity supplies in 2013 were generated from non-hydro renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, biomass, and geothermal, up from 5.4 percent in 2012, according to the EIA. Maine led all states by generating 32 percent of its electricity - primarily from biomass sources. In all, 11 states produced renewable power at more than twice the national average. Nearly all other states with high proportions relied primarily on wind power. Read more

  • Ukraine seeking investment in its renewables

    18.04.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    Ukraine is seeking investment in its renewable energy industry, as the country aims to curb its reliance on fuel imports from Russia, writes Bloomberg. Biomass and biogas are the most promising forms of renewables for Ukraine, according to a Kiev-based consultancy. Biomass may help replace natural gas used in the nation's 24,000 boiler plants. A major challenge is attracting capital. The country hopes that the U.S. and EU would form partnerships for investment.Read more

  • India's small green energy gains funding boost

    17.04.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    India's domestic lenders are turning to small renewable energy projects to grow their books, as many big projects in the non-renewable sector continue to face operational bottlenecks, according to an article published by mydigitalfc.com. Banks have funded several projects in the renewable energy space, especially special purpose vehicles formed by private equity firms over the past few months.Read more

 
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