'Time to go faster': Could accelerating the renewables rollout save the UK and Europe €323bn?

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European policymakers should target 80GW of renewables additions each year, according to Wärtsilä | Credit: iStock
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European policymakers should target 80GW of renewables additions each year, according to Wärtsilä | Credit: iStock

Doubling clean power capacity additions from 40GW to 80GW each year could drive down costs, bills, emissions and geopolitical risk, according to new analysis from Wärtsilä

As governments across Europe scramble to develop new strategies to slash imports of Russian fossil fuels in response to the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine, a new study today has highlighted how a renewables-led...

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