Renewables

News and related information about the increased use of renewables and renewable energy sources. This will include details of the energy transition or green transition, green economy and the inclusion solar PV, wind power, hydroelectric energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, biomass, geothermal power and other forms of energy such as tides (tidal) and hot hydrogen fusion into the energy mix. This section will cover policy and regulation around renewables such as the Green Deal, investment news and new technology such as floating solar farms and hybrid renewable solutions. Renewable assets, data analysis of these assets and investment opportunities in the sector will be highlighted.

Wärtsilä to supply bioLNG production plant to Norway’s Biokraft

Technology group Wärtsilä will supply a biogas liquefaction plant to Norway-based Biokraft, a subsidiary of the Scandinavian Biogas Group.
Solar and wind costs will keep getting lower

IRENA: Wind and solar costs will continue to fall

The latest studies from IRENA show how the costs of renewables are set to continue declining dramatically through to 2030.

Spain faces energy security risk as system decarbonises

The IEA report states that the rapid closure of coal and nuclear facilities over the coming decade bears watching, as it could increase the country’s call on natural gas.

Equinor, RWE and Hydro partner on Norwegian offshore wind

The partners will jointly submit an application to the Norwegian authorities to develop a large-scale bottom-fixed offshore wind farm in the Sørlige Nordsjø II area.

Direct electrification: The key to achieving net zero

Jean Bernard Lévy made it crystal clear that the electric industry has a pivotal responsibility in achieving climate ambitions.

Nigerian Breweries commits to 70% renewables goal

Nigerian Breweries Plc has revealed plans to achieve 70% renewable energy usage by 2030.
Timmermans outlines EU’s ‘Herculean task’ of decarbonisation

Timmermans outlines EU’s ‘Herculean task’ of decarbonisation

The European energy sector is poised for an industrial revolution “comparable to the jump we made when James Watt invented the steam engine”.

Recent energy transitions point way to an ‘Electric Decade’ ahead

To mark the start of Eurelectric's Power Summit this week, Wytse Kaastra, Managing Director at Accenture talks about some of the most salient developments within power and utilities over the past 25 years.

A fine balancing act

Leonardo Botti suggests how to ensure solar success in emerging markets.

Iberdrola and Mitsubishi form alliance to decarbonise industry

Iberdrola and Mitsubishi Power will develop competitive, renewable energy-based solutions that promote the decarbonisation of industrial production around the world.

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