Political inaction on sustainable energy policies to blame for lack of progress on UN climate & development goals
Utility-scale batteries give renewables a big lift in US while undercutting coal and challenging fracked gas
Leading UK engineers have assessed the possibility of using hydrogen in place of natural gas in the UK’s gas grid and concluded that there is no reason why this cannot be achieved safely.
EU governments are getting closer to reaching an agreement on achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and on raising the EU’s 2030 climate target.
Vindkraft has placed an order with Vestas for the 164 MW wind project Myrnenska, located in the Kherson region in southern Ukraine, consisting of 39 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines.
Nine technology areas could drive increased c-Si efficiencies, higher yields, and meaningful cost gains in the near term
Renewable energy has become the most cost-effective way to generate electric power for hundreds of millions of people worldwide who are not on the grid, a new IRENA policy brief reveals.
Key decisions on solar power due shortly amid concerns for non-domestic solar policy framework
Novel tripod installation in 37m deep waters to validate wind conditions for the largest independent offshore wind demonstration site proposed in the UK
Europe currently leads the solar PV market, but the ongoing impact of the ongoing Euro zone crisis is expected to have a drastic decline according to leading market research company Report.Buyer.com
The actions identified by the European Commission to develop the internal energy market by 2014 do not go far enough according to the European Wind Energy Agency (EWEA)