Spain proposes doubling of renewable energy capacity

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Government sets out plan to generate over 22 per cent of energy from renewable sources by 2020

Spain is hedging its bets on renewable energy sources as a means to revive its recession-hit economy – with a proposal to more than double production from clean energy to over 20 per cent of total energy...

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