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Which EU countries are falling behind on renewables?

In total, 15 of the 27 EU members reported shares below the 21.8 per cent average in 2021: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, Germany, Ireland, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Poland and Slovakia. The lowest proportions of renewables were recorded in Luxembourg (11.7 per cent), Malta (12.2 per cent), the Netherlands

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Why European countries are using the most renewables?

  Sweden once again topped the list as the EU country with the highest share of renewable energy in 2021. The Nordic nation got almost two thirds (63 per cent) of its energy from renewable sources that year – mainly from biomass, hydropower, wind, heat pumps and liquid biofuels. Though it’s a

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Which EU countries use the most renewable energy?

More than a fifth of energy used in the European Union in 2021 came from renewables, new data shows. Solar, wind and other ‘green’ sources contributed 21.8 per cent to the EU’s total energy consumption, according to Eurostat. This was a 0.3 per cent drop on 2020; the first decrease

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Electricity from solar and wind surpasses coal generation in the first two months of 2023 – USA.

According to data from the U.S. federal government, solar and wind now provide more electricity in the United States than coal. The latest issue of the U.S. Energy Information Administration's (EIA) “Electric Power Monthly” report (with data through February 28, 2023) reveals that in the first two months of this