Three steps forward and two back for clean energy

There was positive news through a trade dispute resolution, a change in lending policy to avoid coal and in energy policy in a couple of countries. But, as always, the news isn't exclusively good.

Encouraging news on the Europe-China solar panel trade dispute, on the lending policy of a key multilateral development bank and on renewable energy policies in Kazakhstan and Thailand vied for dominance last week with bleaker noises on subsidies in the Czech Republic and Germany.

Breaking news on the trade front over the weekend revealed the European Union and China reaching a provisional deal on solar panel imports.


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