Renewable energy can unlock socio-economic benefits for islands, IRENA finds

Renewable energy can unlock socio-economic benefits for islands, IRENA finds

Thursday, 02 July 2015 REM

Developing the vast renewable energy resources of Fiji, the Marshall Islands and Vanuatu would provide substantial socio-economic benefits for their citizens, according to three reports released today by the International Renewable Energy Agency.

Wind turbines due to be delivered for new German offshore wind farm

Wind turbines due to be delivered for new German offshore wind farm

Friday, 03 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

Alstom, DEME and Merkur Offshore have signed a contract for the delivery and installation of 66 Haliade offshore wind turbines to be installed in Germany.

REC enters African solar power markets

REC enters African solar power markets

Thursday, 25 June 2015

REC is entering numerous markets in Africa, beginning with ECOWAS, East and South African regions, with solar power uptake on the African continent predicted to surge over coming years.

United Airlines buys $30 million stake in Fulcrum BioEnergy

United Airlines buys $30 million stake in Fulcrum BioEnergy

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 Dan McCue

United Airlines on Tuesday announced that it is buying a $30 million stake in US-based Fulcrum BioEnergy, a firm specializing in the development and commercialization of converting municipal solid waste into low-cost sustainable aviation biofuel.

Climeon and SSAB install waste heat capture system

Climeon and SSAB install waste heat capture system

Friday, 03 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

Swedish company Climeon and steel manufacturer SSAB have jointly installed a Climeon Ocean system to capture waste heat from SSAB’s Borlänge Plant and produce 100% clean electricity.

LowCVP reports show the way to transport decarbonisation

LowCVP reports show the way to transport decarbonisation

Thursday, 02 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

A new series of reports for the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) says that the UK can develop the infrastructure necessary to deliver the low carbon fuels of the future but that strong coordination is needed between key actors.

Why has the UK government decided to close down the RO a year early?

Why has the UK government decided to close down the RO a year early?

Friday, 26 June 2015

The UK government well and truly hit the headlines this month with regard to its decision to close the Renewables Obligation (RO) a year early, announced by the new Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd.

In order to get some clarity on the subject, REM asked Phil Foster of Love Energy Savings why the government would do this. Here’s what he had to say.

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