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Head of RE100 suggest REDII amendments to open market to corporate renewable energy buyers

Friday, 01 September 2017

Håkon Grepperud

The RE100 group, now 102 companies strong, recently published their suggested amendments to the REDII package from the EU. With a combined demand of over 146 terawatt hours of renewable electricity annually – about enough to power Poland, and a multitude of international companies behind them, they hope to make changes to the Renewable Energy Directive in order to facilitate further growth in corporate commitments of renewables.

The head of RE100, Sam Kimmins, said the following about the corporate sourcing of renewables “It represents a major new flow of capital and finance into Europe’s renewable electricity infrastructure. Much of the electricity used by our members in Europe is already from renewable sources, and they are leading the way through a...

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