Making Europe’s Solar Future

The case for expanding Europe’s domestic solar manufacturing industry is stronger than ever, but a number of conditions must be met first.

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Renewables in the Energy Security Landscape in Poland and Ukraine

In the long run, the transition to renewable energy may prove key to breaking Poland and Ukraine’s dependency on Russian gas.

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Earth, Wind and Solar Energy

The editorial team brings you infographics on the potential of renewable energy in 2049, while Daniel Scholten explores the power struggles its rollout will bring.

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The (Sustainable) Energy of Despair: A Review of Guillaume Pitron’s Book

Despite optimistic belief, technology is no panacea for Earth’s crisis. A review of Guillaume Pitron’s The Rare Metals War.

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Government Procurement: How the EU is Giving Away a Fundamental Industrial Policy Tool

Government procurement has long been used to help further public policy goals and European countries such as Italy and France are willing to still use it today to support renewable industries. However, at the European level something quite different is afoot that threatens the ability of procurement to be used to develop industry.

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