EDP launches its first wind farm in Greece

Under efforts to expand its business and renewable energy capacity in Greece to 500 MW by 2025, EDP Renewables has constructed and inaugurated a 45MW wind energy plant.


wind energy farms

EU and US losing 11,300GWh of energy across wind farms – study

Up to 11,300 GWh/ year of critical energy is being lost across wind farms in Europe and the US – enough to power major cities for months.

Record renewables growth predicted despite high commodity prices – IEA

The world’s capacity to generate electricity from renewable technologies is on course to accelerate, with 2021 expected to set a fresh all-time record for new installations.
carbon capture

Policy critical to unlock Carbon Capture and Utilisation in Europe

Carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) is a circular process that holds great potential to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors and maximise the use and storage of renewable energy.
Dogger Bank with vessels - RWE _ EDF

EDF and RWE sign milestone agreement to support UK’s energy transition

EDF and RWE's deal will see clean energy capacity equivalent to the requirements of 1.2 million UK households injected into the grid.
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Centrica acquires a stake in green hydrogen technology company

Centrica has acquired a stake in HiiROC, a firm that has developed a solution to convert biomethane and flare gas into green hydrogen.
energy flexibility

The importance of power flexibility to reach net zero

We need to drastically increase flexibility within our power systems to ensure sufficient renewables integration and achieve the world's net zero pledges and Paris Agreement goals.