New research reveals UK could source two thirds of its power from renewables by 2030, as calls grow for government to accelerate clean energy auction pipeline and introduce green tax breaks
Simon Brett at the Port of Tyne argues the region is well placed to play a leading role in the UK's green recovery
As the industry predicts it can deliver 234GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030, the burgeoning wind energy sector it poised to play a critical role in the global economic recovery, creating around a million jobs in the process
For the first time ever electricity from wind, solar, biomass and others made up more than a third of UK power last year, government data shows
Offshore wind power is now so cheap that farms are set to pay money back to consumers from mid-2020s, Imperial College London study predicts
WindFloat Atlantic project off the coast of Portugal is the world's first semi-submersible floating wind farm, according to its developers
Clean energy generated a historic 40 per cent of the bloc's electricity in the first half of 2020, according to green think tank Ember
Company inks deals to use electricity from wind farms in Spain and Sweden to power aluminum packaging plant
Oil & Gas Technology Centre and Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult to team up on floating wind, blade recycling, and offshore platform decarbonisation
Investor Thrive Renewables claims removal of local planning barriers could unlock multi-billion pound potential of onshore wind, solar, and hydropower sectors
BEIS gives nod to huge 1.8GW wind farm proposed by Swedish energy company, as it delays approval for Ørsted's Hornsea Three project for the fourth time
Latest data reveals renewable power sources provided almost half of the UK's electricity during first three months of 2020
With wind, hydrogen and other technologies, it’s within the UK's grasp to build a future that runs entirely on green energy, argues Ørsted's Benj Sykes
Sofia offshore wind farm off UK coast in North Sea is set to have 100 262-metre tall turbines after developer Innogy signed a deal with turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa.
Crew transfer vessels will be able to operate in either battery electric mode, or with assistance from diesel fuel
State of the Sector 2020 report notes that the UK now boasts more than 260MW of community-owned energy capacity and has the potential to power 2.2 million homes by 2030 and support nearly 9,000 jobs
Over 50 leading companies call on member states to deliver green recovery package that boosts market for power purchase agreements
Households can pay up front to part own the one-turbine project in exchange for receiving the power it generates, in a first for the UK's wind industry
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.