Island outlines plan to rebuild shattered economy with help of 727-mile transmission cable
The Icelandic government is examining the feasibility of transmitting up to 18 terawatt-hours (TWh) of geothermal and hydropower to the UK each year as part of its efforts to revitalise the island's stricken...
EPA proposes 'Affordable Clean Energy Rule', predicting relaxation of emissions rules will cut coal power polluters' compliance costs by up to $400m a year
Carbon Trust and Fistuca announce major new R&D project to cut costs and biodiversity impacts from offshore wind foundations
A challenge against Malcolm Turnbull, triggered by the collapse of a key energy policy, shows an anti-Paris faction is on the rise in Australia's governing party
Scotrenewables' floating tidal stream turbine has generated 3GWh of renewable electricity in the first 12 months of operation