Scaling Up in Africa

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SCALING UP IN AFRICA
With the proper stimuli, renewables can and will take off in Sub- Saharan Africa. Private sector investment needs support to spur development.

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THE NEXT FIVE YEARS FOR OFFSHORE WIND
The last five years have seen great progress in offshore wind despite a slow takeoff, with the majority of global installations in this period. What’s ahead for the next five years?

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PUTTING TRUST IN PV MODULES
Manufacturers, developers and governments are pushing for standards to improve reliability and eliminate problems over a PV module’s lifetime.

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CHINA GOES LOCAL TO GO GLOBAL
Focusing on overseas partnerships, China’s wind firms are adopting strategies of ‘co-opetition’ and ‘globalisation through localisation’ to build their export success.

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GERMANY’S RENEWABLE POWERHOUSE
Facing the tough challenge of switching to renewables amid a nuclear phase-out, Germany is looking to its stadtwerke – or municipal authorities – to lead the transformation.