Total snaps up majority stake in £3bn Seagreen 1 project that is set to be completed in 2022/23 in Firth of Forth
The government yesterday refused development consent for a 34-turbine extension to the Thanet wind farm off the coast of Kent, citing concerns about the project's impact on shipping, ports and marine navigation.
Final decisions on Ørsted and Vattanfall wind energy projects off Norfolk coast have been pushed back until July
Electricity grid smashed several records over the bank holiday weekend, with low demand and high renewables output cutting both CO2 and flexible tariff prices
In its vision for the UK's transition to net zero, RenewableUK predicts that installed wind capacity will surge six-fold to more than 120GW by 2050.
Massive 108 metre long blades are set to deliver up to 15MW of capacity, delivering enough power for 18,000 homes from a single turbine
New renewable power capacity set to drop 13 per cent from last year but rebound in 2021 after coronavirus crisis
High Winds Community Energy Society plans to raise £2.8m in loan notes and issue 2.9 million £1 shares to fund the acquisition of Cumbrian wind farm
Government moves to shore up clean energy contract regime, as new wave of renewables projects progresses
New consultation launched to help ensure Contract for Difference scheme can adjust to Covid-19 crisis, as plans for giant Dogger Bank wind farm move forward
Deal beefs up Iberdrola's presence in French generation market, where Aalto Power is developing a 636MW onshore wind pipeline
EU-funded wind tower – built out of wood "stronger than steel" – will spur a number of commercial projects in Sweden, Modvion said, and marks a major breakthrough for the development of taller, lower-carbon wind turbines.
Influential consultancy details how five major shifts will be necessary to steer the global economy on to a sustainable path, and that a laggard approach to the decarbonisation of power and transport now will have direct impact on the levels of reforestation...
German energy giant launches recruitment drive for technician trainees to help fill looming skills gap in burgeoning UK offshore wind sector
Covid-19 may have caused power demand to tumble in many major economies and wreaked havoc on supply chains, but the Danish renewables developer and Spanish energy giant's quarterly results suggest they remain upbeat
The cost of electricity from solar, onshore wind and battery storage continues downward drive, BNEF analysis shows
Deal with Race Point offshore wind farm will cover 50 per cent of Nestlé UK’s power consumption
Boost to UK onshore wind sector as developer confirms construction of South Kyle Wind Farm to start once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted
Major grid breakthrough comes as research project on Orkney reveals plans to use cutting-edge 5G-powered digital twin technology to encourage locals and businesses to engage with clean energy future
Covid-19 crisis has reinforced the importance and value of community-owned infrastructure capable of generating stable cash flows, according to advisors
The wind array, set to come online in late 2022, will meet 35 per cent of the power needs of five offshore oil platforms, according to Equinor
Data from International Renewable Energy Association points to slight slowdown in capacity growth last year, but clean energy sector still outpaced fossil fuels
BloombergNEF downgrades its 2020 growth forecasts for global wind power capacity as pandemic disrupts supply chains
FLAGSHIP consortium is banking on using a €25m grant from the European Commission to mount a turbine in Norway's North Sea that will help drive the LCOE of floating offshore wind to €40-60 per MWh by 2030.
But Global Wind Energy Council forced to revise its forecasts for 2020 and beyond as coronavirus fallout continues