Spain hails 40% renewable generation 

Spain hails 40% renewable generation 

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  1. Spain's unprofitable coal industry comes to an end - Euro Journal Reply

    […] to energy-reporters.com, Spain is moving towards greener energy. The country hopes to meet the EU’s 20%target for […]

  2. Spain’s unprofitable coal industry comes to an end – The Europe Times Reply

    […] to energy-reporters.com, Spain is moving towards greener energy. The country hopes to meet the EU’s 20%target for […]

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    […] itself to renewable energy, with a goal of all power coming from renewables by 2050. At the moment, Spain gets 40% of its electricity from renewables, up from 33% last year. If you count heating and other forms of […]

  4. More Renewables Than Fossil Fuels: As the U.K. Reaches an Energy Milestone, Here’s How Far Others Have Gotten – blurrypro Reply

    […] took two fifths of its electricity from renewable sources last year, with about half of that coming from wind. And […]

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