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Colombia will hold a tender for renewable energy capacity "before the end of October" and is offering longer-duration contracts, after an auction scheduled for February was called off over anti-trust concerns.
A fall in Chinese clean energy investment as the country moves from government tariffs to an auction system dragged down global spending in the first half of the year, according to new analysis from BloombergNEF (BNEF).
The UK government should prioritise creating a route to market for onshore wind and solar PV as part of its efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report.
Soon after Narendra Modi's re-election, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is battling to resolve key issues facing renewables. But state governments have other ideas.
As we reach the mid-point of the year, Windpower Monthly takes a look at which markets are on a hot streak, and which are suffering from a freeze in installations.
More than 9.5GW of new wind capacity will be commissioned in Central America and the Caribbean by the end of 2028, with the majority of this capacity being added in Mexico.
A poll of the global wind industry reveals a more positive mood in both the onshore and offshore sectors than in 2018 with the notable exception of Germany.
A bi-partisan bill has been introduced in the US Congress requiring a 50% Renewable Energy Standard (RES) by 2035.
The UK government's Committee on Climate Change (CCC) mapped out the way for the country to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 in a new report.
OPINION: Following the merger of two major lobby groups, and ahead of a general election, Denmark's wind industry is in a strong position to continue growing, writes Jan Hylleberg.
Since Giles Dickson took over the helm at WindEurope nearly four years ago, the region has replaced long-running support schemes with competitive auctions and corporate buyers are now entering the market. He tells David Weston why this is a good thing for the industry.
Australians went to the polling booths on 18 May to vote in what was billed as the climate-change election. If that was the case, then the climate lost.
Houston will host this year's American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) conference and exhibition (20-23 May), an appropriate choice given the size and health of the Texan wind energy market.