Guide | Investing in Renewable Energy Projects in Europe
October 23, 2020
The first half of 2020 has seen a number of significant market and regulatory developments in the European renewables industry, with the impact of COVID-19—and the sector’s responses to it—being the dominant feature.
Although the pandemic has interrupted many renewables projects, Bloomberg’s figures for investment in new renewable energy capacity in the first half of the year show healthy growth across a number of European markets. This is coupled with the strong drive to accelerate progress towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions and ensure a green recovery.
“Investing in Renewable Energy Projects in Europe” is a half-year supplement to the 2020 edition of Dentons’ guide. Find how governments and regulators across 21 countries in Europe and Central Asia have responded to the impact of COVID-19 and how, in most cases, they have also continued to develop their renewables policies for the longer term in helpful ways.
Tags: COVID-19 | Renewables | Energy | Europe | Asia