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The first solar airplane to circumnavigate the world, World’s largest solar powered bridge in London, German Federal Parliament adopts changes for solar feed-in tariffs, First solar expedition around the Globe, Founding of the Renewables Club, Commission authorises Portuguese demonstration scheme for ocean energy technologies, Röttgen inaugurates Innovation and Technology Centre for renewable energies in Bonn, National renewable energy action plan agreed, 2030 climate and energy policy framework, UBA moves into new zero-energy building in Berlin, Globale Investitionen in erneuerbare Energien steigen auf Rekordhoch von 286 Milliarden US-Dollar, Special report: 100% renewable electricity supply by 2050, World's first large-scale tidal energy farm launches in Scotland, Unveiling of the World's Largest Solar Boat, Britain to phase out coal by 2025, Energieexperten kritisieren Internationale Energieagentur, New record: renewables make up 78% of power consumption, MEPs want binding 2030 goals for CO2 emissions, renewables and energy efficiency, Renewable Energy Day, Renewable energy experiencing double-digit growth worldwide, EU renewable energy policy post-2020, Proposal on stabilising electricity prices, Record: Wind farms and solar plants produce more power than conventional power plants, 100% renewable electricity in Portugal for 107 hours, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck granted consent, ZERO Race - Around the World in 80 days with Zero Emission Vehicles!, UBA emissions data for 2015 published, Solar Impulse - Across America, Masdar City Abu Dabi, renewables 2004 - International Conference for Renewable Energies, Dawn of a global new energy era - con­tinuing trend toward re­new­able energy sources, CO2 Emissions Jump to Record Levels, El Hierro: Inauguration of the hydro-wind power plant, EIB to reinforce support for renewable and energy efficiency investment across Europe, Greenpeace Studie: Erneuerbare legen deutlich zu, Desertec Foundation leaving the Dii, 2030 climate and energy goals for a competitive, secure and low-carbon EU economy, Foreign Office publishes “Who is Who of the Energiewende in Germany”, Launch of a World Energy Outlook Special Report, Redrawing the Energy-Climate Map, International Agency IRENA to be set up in January 2009, Act on the promotion of renewable energies in the heat sector, BMU-Internetportal zu Erneuerbaren Energien jetzt auch auf Englisch verfügbar