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The European Commission adopted a progress report on renewable energy (in the electricity and transport sectors), highlighting the patchy progress made and the EU's likely failure to reach the 2010 indicative targets. The report explores the reason for this and explains that the new Directive on renewable energy, agreed as part of the energy and climate package and due to enter into force in May, addresses all the concerns highlighted in the report and provides a solid basis for removing barriers and increasing the growth of renewable energy for the next ten years.

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Problems in the Greek energy policy

Discussions about the Greek energy market at the "Economist Congress" on the 23rd of March 2009.

It can't be that the dark Germany (regarding to the sun-potential) produces 14.500 MW with renewable energies and Greece only 900 MW, explained the representative of the Panhellenic Socialistic Movement (PASOK) and the former minister Michalis Chrisochoidis.

The vice-president of the Greek Energy Regulation Authority emphasized the need of 4 additional energy production units until 2011. The goal is to achieve a total power of 1.600 MW from renewable energies during 2009 and additional 700 MW in the years 2010 and 2011 up to a total power of 10.000 MW until 2020.

Wind Energy in Czech Republic

Last year the average usage of the installed capacity of wind power plants in the Czech Republic reached 21 percent. The best results were achieved by windmills in Moravia-Silesia Region with an average usage og 28.5 percent, Vysocina Region showed a usage of 26 percent and Usti Region 24.6 percent. The worst results were recorded for Pardubice Region with an eight percent capacity usage.

Liverpool wind farm 'up and running'

Liverpool wind farm 'up and running'

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