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Croatia scored 22 % increase of wind power capacity according to EWEA

/16th February 2016, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Wind power capacity of Croatia according EWEA's paper "Wind in power: 2015 European statistics" has grown with 22 % YoY turning the country in fast growing wind market among SEE countries. Croatia added 76.2 megawatts (MW) of new wind energy capacity during 2015.

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First 36 MW wind farm project in Albania will be located in Kurbin area

/12th January 2016, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The Albanian government announced that it will establish wind turbines in the Kurbin area, aiming the construction of the first 36 MW wind farm in the country for wind energy generation. The Ministry of Energy and Industry proposed this plan which got approved by the government and featured at the Official Bulletin. 

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List of announced solar projects in Kazakhstan by 10 November 2015

/10th November 2015, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ After the introduction of support mechanisms in the energy law and RES law in 2009, 2010, 2012 followed by the subsequent amendments in 2013 and approved feed-in tariff (FIT) for renewable energy in June 2014, Kazakhstan solar energy market is forecasted to grow in the next years.

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First draft of the regulation on renewable energy referential prices in Poland is published

/16th October 2015, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The anticipated from many investors and developers in Poland first draft of the regulation of Polish Ministry of Economy, which determines referential prices of electricity generated from renewable energy sources for 2016 was published on 15 September 2015. 

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The future of common electricity market in Europe

/15th April 2015, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Common electricity market in Europe according to CEE & SEE Countries Renewable Energy Market: Outlooks 2015÷2025 is challenge for EU member states and for all EU countries in general. How this challenge will change the shape of cross-border electricity trade among European countries you may understand better when reading further this article.

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Solar PV Market in Poland. Feed-in tariffs approved.

/24th March 2015, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Poland is quite interesting market for solar PV projects development due to its political and economic stability, high prices for electricity and heavy dependence on coal and lignite in power generation. Polish energy policy should be changed to comply with EU renewable energy policy.

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Solar Market in Greece. New net-metering scheme for PV installations is announced from 2015

/12th January 2015, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Greece has a superb sun radiation capacity and it is estimated that one third of Greece’s energy requirements could be met with solar. Greece ranks 5th worldwide with regard to per capita installed PV capacity. Approximately € 4.5 billion were invested in PV sector in Greece during the last 5 years. This is 35% higher than the cumulative amount invested in all other RES technologies during the last 20 years.

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Western Balkans Wind and Solar Markets in 2015

/18th December 2014, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The whole region of Western Balkans has been estimated that have promising potential for development of solar and wind energy projects. Most of this potential is still not utilized and not properly developed. Continuous improvement of the existing regulatory frameworks in Western Balkan countries is a must in order to enable renewable energy investors to develop and build solar and wind projects in this region.

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Solar Energy Market in Hungary. What are expectations for 2015?

/27th November 2014, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Solar energy potential of Hungary is good, becuase the number of sunny hours in Hungary is between 1,950-2,150 hours per year at an intensity of 1,200 kWh/m2 per year. However Hungarian photovoltaic market is not developed. At the end of 2013 the solar PV market in Hungary has 22 MW cumulative installed capacity.

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Biomass and Biogas Power Markets in Romania and Bulgaria. Forecast for 2015

/21th October 2014, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/
Romania is suitable for the production of biomass and biogas energy throughout the whole year. Biomass carries the highest potential for green energy production in the country, amounting around 88.33 TWh per year. Romania will need additional 20 GW electricity generation capacity by 2035 in order to meet the increasing demand for electricity, to de-carbonize its electricity sector and to replace aging power generation facilities.

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