Renewable Energy

Als erneuerbare Energien (fachsprachlich oftmals auch mit Majuskel: Erneuerbare Energien), regenerative Energien oder alternative Energien werden Energieträger bezeichnet, die im Rahmen des menschlichen Zeithorizonts praktisch unerschöpflich zur Verfügung stehen oder sich verhältnismäßig schnell erneuern. Damit grenzen sie sich von fossilen Energiequellen ab, die sich erst über den Zeitraum von Millionen Jahren regenerieren. Erneuerbare Energiequellen gelten, neben höherer Energieeffizienz, als wichtigste Säule einer nachhaltigen Energiepolitik (englisch sustainable energy) und der Energiewende. Zu ihnen zählen Wasserkraft, Windenergie, solare Strahlung, Erdwärme und nachwachsende Rohstoffe.
Artikel zum Thema Renewable Energy
  • Scotland benefits by paying for its energy, not UK's mistakes

    …● By David Toke, University of Aberdeen ● Could Scotland benefit from having an independent electricity system? Our report published this week found that it could – if it meant Scotland paying for (and benefiting from) its own renewable energy, without having to pay for the expensive UK nuclear power programme recently agreed south of the border…

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  • A modern economy needs a Clean Energy Finance Corporation

    …● By Prof. John Mathews, Macquarie Graduate School of Management ● Last week, the Australian Senate considered the government’s package of “carbon tax” abolition bills – bills abolishing the carbon tax, the Climate Change Authority (CCA) and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC). The Senate’s first move was to hold hearings on the abolition…

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  • EUR 150 million in new EIB support for climate action in Turkey

    … benefits including improvements to forest health, protection of soil and water resources, and increased supply of timber and biomass for energy. The new EIB finance is expected to include erosion control activities on 155,600 ha, the rehabilitation of 110,000 ha of degraded forest land, and new afforestation on 80,000 ha. It will also include…

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  • Renewables will reduce electricity costs – if we have a carbon price

    … electricity costs for households. The connection between the price on carbon and our hip pockets has been endlessly discussed. A new report from Reputex released this week suggests scrapping the carbon price may increase the price of electricity. How does this work? Carbon pricing and renewable energy Cutting carbon pricing could raise electricity prices…

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  • Int'l Press Review: UK 'will miss European renewable energy target'

    …(The Guardian) - The UK is not on track to meet its 2020 European renewables targets, according to the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC). Published in the annual update of the EREC's "Keep on Track" project, the findings rank the UK as 25th out of 27 ...…

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  • Int'l Press Review: MENA renewable energy investment rises 40%

    …(zawya) - While worldwide renewable energy investment was 12 percent lower in 2012 compared with 2011, investment in the sector in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region grew by 40 percent, industry officials said at a policy discussion held in Abu Dhabi on Sunday about the findings of the MENA Renewables Status Report 2013. ...…

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  • Update - UK urges Europe on 50% ambition on emissions reductions

    … domestic energy mix. The tripling of support available to low carbon electricity through the £7.6bn Levy Control Framework shall provide an immediate boost. And the reforms to the Electricity Market set out in the Energy Bill will incentivise renewables to 2020 beyond, building the low-carbon economy to compete in the green global race. The approach…

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  • Russland: Entwurf zur Förderung erneuerbarer Stromerzeugung zur Verabschiedung vorgelegt

    … Behörden bestimmt, alternativ können Anlagenbetreiber aber auch hier PPAs abschließen. Für alle geförderten Technologien gelten laut Entwurf festgelegte Local-Content-Regelungen sowie jährliche Zubaugrenzen, die für 2014 eine installierte Leistung von 100 MW für die Windenergie, 150 MW für die Photovoltaik und 18 MW für Kleinwasserkraftprojekte vorsehen…

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