The UK’s largest hospitality company, Whitbread, has begun powering its entire UK operations from 100 percent renewable energy sources.
Queensland is capitalising on its national reputation as the Sunshine State by leading the Australian drive towards large-scale solar power, the Clean Energy Council has announced.
The Scotrenewables SR2000 tidal turbine has now generated over 18 MWh within a continuous 24hr testing period; matching the performance of established offshore wind turbines.
US power company selects AutoGrid to unify management of its demand response and distributed energy resource Programmes
EuPD Research has analysed all 1,300 German utility companies as part of the ‘Utility Companies and the Energy Transition’ project.
The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has entered into an agreement with Forge Nano to commercialise its patented battery materials and systems.
Nine technology areas could drive increased c-Si efficiencies, higher yields, and meaningful cost gains in the near term
Renewable energy has become the most cost-effective way to generate electric power for hundreds of millions of people worldwide who are not on the grid, a new IRENA policy brief reveals.
Key decisions on solar power due shortly amid concerns for non-domestic solar policy framework
Novel tripod installation in 37m deep waters to validate wind conditions for the largest independent offshore wind demonstration site proposed in the UK
Europe currently leads the solar PV market, but the ongoing impact of the ongoing Euro zone crisis is expected to have a drastic decline according to leading market research company Report.Buyer.com
The actions identified by the European Commission to develop the internal energy market by 2014 do not go far enough according to the European Wind Energy Agency (EWEA)