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Cars

It might be worth your while to take advantage of incentives in 2018 such as widespread scrappage schemes from the car makers themselves. To...

Clean Power

More bad news for coal: new record-breaking perovskite solar cell from Belgium's IMEC is designed with high volume manufacturing in mind.

Clean Power

Germany, Denmark, and Belgium have entered into an agreement that will increase the amount of offshore wind power in the world 5-fold, from 13.8...

Bicycles

Belgium has been providing tax/monetary benefits to those who bicycle to work, rather than drive, for quite some time now — with the program...

Clean Power

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s “Little Box Challenge” — a competition designed to spur the creation of smaller inverters for use in interconnecting solar...

Clean Power

Danish wind energy company Vestas Offshore Wind has received a 165 MW order for an offshore wind farm in Belgium. According to a new...

Clean Power

Need some pick-me-up news? OK, I guess we have a lot of that. But if you could use some more, check out this story...

Biomass

The Community Power Report kicks off the new year with a brand new series of articles: ‘Community Power in the Global Community’. As part...

Clean Power

Reposted from Solar Love: Belgium, like many other countries across the world, just saw another solid year of solar power growth. 2012 didn’t come...

Clean Power

Belgium is planning to construct an island in the North Sea for the sole purpose of storing wind energy. Wind farms, when constructed using...

Clean Power

  Vestas recently won a 216-megawatt (MW) order for the Northwind Offshore wind farm in Belgium. The farm is set to be built off the...

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