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The world of renewables this week

Poland’s resistant stance on coal may be bending, with plans to expand 10 GW of offshore wind capacity, if new transmission line to Denmark can be approved. Plans to triple solar capacity within the year have also been stated by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki Germany and the Netherlands have signed a joint declaration, promoting close cooperation through the energy transition in both countries. This is likely to be most notable in offshore wind, hydrogen, and transboundary infrastructure projects. The State premier of Saarland has written to Angela Merkel, calling for €billions from the government to support the German steel industry in its transition to carbon neutral. The Trump administration aims to facilitate offshore drilling in California. Despite claims of being…

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