Solar could be the first renewable technology to be free of subsidy finds new report

Solar could be the first renewable technology to be free of subsidy finds new report

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

A new, authoritative, report has been launched by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and advisory firm KPMG detailing the falling cost of solar over the past decade.

E.ON joins with Sungevity to offer UK solar PV panels

E.ON joins with Sungevity to offer UK solar PV panels

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

E.ON and Sungevity have joined forces to launch ‘Go Solar’, offering UK consumers residential solar panel systems with 20 year ‘SunSure’ guarantees.

SNP warns UK government legal action likely against wind subsidy cuts

SNP warns UK government legal action likely against wind subsidy cuts

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

The Scottish National Party (SNP) has warned the UK government that foreign investors could launch compensation claims against planned subsidy cuts.

In New Zealand, beer begets biofuel

In New Zealand, beer begets biofuel

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 Dan McCue

It's the kind of proposal that makes one smile the minute they hear it.

Latest renewables news hot off the press - 28/07/2015

Latest renewables news hot off the press - 28/07/2015

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 REM • What Clinton’s renewable-energy proposal means for Nevada Las Vegas Sun • Berkshire Hathaway joins major renewable-energy effort Omaha.com • UK’s Aviva to Target $3.9B in Renewable Energ...
Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd awarded Australian Research Council Grant Australia

Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd awarded Australian Research Council Grant

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 Robin Whitlock

Wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy Limited has announced it will partner with the University Of Western Australia (UWA) to develop more efficient anchoring systems for wave energy converters.

UK renewable energy will continue to grow in the long term

UK renewable energy will continue to grow in the long term

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 Robin Whitlock The UK government’s renewable energy cuts will have a negative impact on the sector in the short term, but decreasing costs mean it will continue to grow in the long term, says a report by GlobalDat...
US Senate to consider bill targeting barriers to geothermal development

US Senate to consider bill targeting barriers to geothermal development

Monday, 27 July 2015 Dan McCue

A bill intended to unleash the potential of geothermal energy in the United States was introduced over the weekend, and, right out of the gate, it's got bipartisan support.

Work begins on Indonesian small hydro plant

Work begins on Indonesian small hydro plant

Monday, 27 July 2015 Dan McCue

Work is now underway on a 9.7 MW Datara hydropower plant in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the project site earlier this month.

Latest renewables news hot off the press - 27/07/2015

Latest renewables news hot off the press - 27/07/2015

Monday, 27 July 2015 REM • Hillary Clinton sets renewable energy goals, wants more wind, solar power Sydney Morning Herald • HP Will Power Texas Data Centers With Renewable Energy Clean Technica • UK’s Aviva to Targ...

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