The Green Recovery Alliance was launched in the European Parliament on April 14, 2020, based on calls from 12 EU environment ministers. They had signed the appeal for a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic which is causing unforeseen consequences to people's health and the economy. The Alliance for a Green Recovery calls for the mobilisation of post-crisis green investment packages and other concrete measures including job protection and creation and support for companies, regions and sectors that have suffered from the pandemic.
According to Bioenergy Europe, the "With 10.3 pct of contribution to the energy mix and more than 700,000 jobs, the bioenergy sector is already a strong socio-economic reality and is committed to contributing to the post-crisis investment decisions needed to reboot and re-boost our economy." (Source: Bioenergy Europe, PR, News Europe, Trade Media, 16 April, 2020)
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The panels will be installed in 3 projects with capacity of 50MW, 30MW and 30MW separately. The projects are under construction in Castilla y Leon.
(Source: Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd., PR, 15 Aug., 2019) Contact: Yingli, www.yinglisolar.com; Solaria, Dario Lopez, CEO,
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+34 91 564 54 40 - fax, www.solariaenergia.com
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