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US renewables just surpassed coal

In April, US Renewable energy capacity surpassed coal, signalling the tipping point for renewables, led predominantly by wind and solar. April’s data from FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, shows that the cumulative capacity across renewables (wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, and hydropower) stood at 21.6% (257.53MW) beating out coal at 21.5% (157.48MW).
11 June, 2019
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Outlook for the Spanish Renewable Energy Market

Taylor Hopkinson has been committed to headhunting world-class talent for the renewable energy industry across six continents for more than 10 years. And, for more than 4 years, we’ve been operating in Iberia from our office in Madrid. As the head of our Spanish office, I’d like to share our insights and outlook for the current renewables market in Iberia…
6 June, 2019
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The World’s Largest Wind Farm, Hornsea One, is Now Online

The Hornsea One wind farm is located 75 miles off the UK coast, east of Grimsby. The asset is now partially operational with 50 of its 174 Siemens Gamesa 7MW turbines turning, enough to power 287,000 UK residencies. When completed in 2020, the 1,218MW project will be capable of supplying power to over a million homes during its 25-year lifespan,…
5 June, 2019
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Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Technology: Michael Liebreich and Azeem Azhar in Conversation

As we close out 2018, this conversation between Azeem Azhar and Michael Liebreich for the Exponential View podcast is a concise wrap-up of where we are with renewable energy progress and highlights the urgency to reach our targets before 2030, which sounds like some time in the future but is actually only two business cycles away.
19 December, 2018
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Japan Climate Initiative

The Japan Climate Initiative (JCI) was born on July 6th, 2018. A network designed to empower communication and exchange strategies to energise climate actions in Japan. The initiative has 105 members (at the moment, but will grow) including big companies and cities. Among the members are 26 companies and major cities such as Tokyo, Yokohama and Kyoto.
17 August, 2018