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02 / 2013

A green perestroika - Moscow works on a renewable law

A new funding law could galvanise the Russian renewable energies market. However, the law will only apply to renewables plants that are connected to the grid and will not introduce a fixed feed-in tariff. Meanwhile sets Denmark its sights on
100 percent renewables. And: The US shared top place with China for the highest wind installation in 2012. Each country installed 13 gigawatts. The EU followed close behind with 11.6 gigawatts. For 2013, the Global Wind Energy Council is anticipating an increase of around 45 gigawatts.

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