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Ofgem starts inquiry into Community Energy Scheme UK

Ofgem starts inquiry into Community Energy Scheme UK: Ofgem has opened an investigation to see if Community Energy Scheme UK Limited (CES) & its sales and customers methods do not conform to consumer protection legislation. Britain’s energy regulator remarked that the inquiry will think about whether CES violated consumer protection legislation, counting the Consumer Protection…
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48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages: Renewables projects labelled as “scoping” currently represents 50% or 48.9GW of the total viable pipeline capacity*, according to the latest analysis from Cornwall Insight. Of this 48.9GW “scoping” total, 38.6GW is from offshore wind, 5.0GW from battery projects, 3.0GW from onshore wind and 1.5GW from solar…
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Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW

Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW

Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW: The latest figures from Cornwall Insight’s Renewables Pipeline Tracker reveal the pipeline of renewable energy and storage projects across England, Scotland and Wales currently stands at 86GW. The research also shows 40.6GW of sites are classified with a development status of “scoping”. This is where sites…
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Australian renewables

Australian renewables see wholesale buck January trends

Australian renewables see wholesale buck January trends: In Australia, the month of January normally sees a spike in the average wholesale price. However, according to research from Cornwall Insight Australia, January bucked this historical trend with the price trending lower in the first month of 2021 across all states, building on the low-price outcomes in…
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Up to 17GW of renewables eligible for CfD AR4

Up to 17GW of renewables eligible for CfD AR4: Cornwall Insight’s Renewable Pipeline Tracker service has examined the potential capacity that could enter the Contract for Difference (CfD) Allocation Round (AR) 4, with the analysis showing there is currently 17GW* of technologies likely to be eligible to bid. This analysis is based on Cornwall Insight’s…
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67% of new power added in 2019 was solar and wind

67% of new power capacity added globally in 2019 was contributed by solar and wind. A new report by the research consultancy BloombergNEF (BNEF) has found, which suggests solar made up for 45% of capacity added with one-third of all countries making it their top choice. PV topped all other technologies in new-build terms, with…
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