Renewables sector emerges bloody but unbowed from Europe’s recession

As Europe at last seems to be stepping out of its long recession, the renewables sector is emerging stronger, despite its reliance on government subsidies. Even in crisis-hit Greece, it was a renewable energy company that provided the Athens Stock Exchange with its first IPO since the debt crisis began in 2009.

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