Will the US offshore wind industry catch a tailwind?
Bolstered by rapid technology improvements and plummeting costs, winds of change are finally sweeping through the US offshore wind industry after a 25-year lag behind Europe.
Can investments in renewable energy power an economic recovery from Covid-19?
A green recovery from Covid-19 could boost global GDP and create jobs. However, this is only possible with a collective effort
The Winning Combination To Unlock Europe’s Green Recovery
The Covid-19 pandemic presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Europe to accelerate its transformation to a low-carbon economy
Glasgow’s blueprint for a net-zero city
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is on a bold mission to crack down on carbon and become the UK’s first ‘net-zero’ city.
Repowering gives wind farms a new lease of life
Winds of change blow through the renewable energy sector as the UK’s first turbines approach retirement.
Breaking batteries: why solving storage is the key to global energy transition
In the last five years, the energy storage market has evolved from virtually nothing to become one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy.
The day in the life of our carbon footprint
Almost everything in our world requires energy, and therefore our carbon footprint follows us wherever we go. As individuals, small changes to our daily lives – when made collectively – can have positive impact.
Will vehicle-to-grid drive EV adoption?
Vehicle-to-grid technology, that enables electric vehicles to store and supply excess energy to the grid, is an essential factor in the success of the EV revolution. Meet the Spanish start-up making this happen.
Smart meters will help electric vehicles move into the mainstream
Carmakers are unveiling a slew of new electric models to meet the European Union’s ambitious 2020 targets. If electric vehicles are the future, are smart meters the facilitator?
Are our roads ready for the electric vehicle revolution?
The enthusiasm for a forthcoming electric vehicle revolution is palpable, but practically speaking, are we still a long way off?
When will Europe have its time in the sun?
As the EU races to achieve its ambitious 32% target for renewable energy by 2030, will solar be the frontrunning technology that helps meet the goal?
What it takes to lead change
As the world journeys to decarbonisation, what happened to the trailblazers who anticipated the global energy transition more than a decade ago?
Why the wind industry is a breath of fresh air for the UK’s economy
The UK energy industry is being revived thanks to local hotspots of new wind energy developments.
One of Europe’s biggest batteries
The Tâmega Hydroelectric Complex, one of the largest energy initiatives in Portuguese history is nearing its halfway construction mark.