The chief executive of Iran’s state oil company Mapna, Abbas Aliabadi, says the firm is prepared to finish phase 11
Ireland’s Atlantic coastline has some of Europe’s most powerful waves, but the republic has so far been incapable of harnessing
A summit of the Caspian countries will discuss strengthening security amid a chaotic wider region, said a member of Russia’s
The meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday stole all the headlines this week.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken sole control of the newly established Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NDK) since winning sweeping
In Germany, the price paid for solar-generated electricity within communities is presenting a model for the rest of Europe to
Russian nuclear-power agency Rosatom says it is still in talks with Jordan to discuss building a power station in the
Greece is attempting to move away from its heavy dependence on coal as George Stathakis, the minister of environment and
Jacobs Engineering Group has won a feasibility study contract from Norway’s Equinor to examine the possibilities for developing hydrogen production,
Iran says Moscow has called for the establishment of an electrical grid between Azerbaijan, Russia and Iran as the Kremlin
In June 2018, Turkey nationalized its first wind farm, Alaçatı Wind Energy Plant (ARES), transferring to the state-owned Electricity Generation
Spain’s minority Socialist government is struggling to balance its green ambitions with its support base in the coal-mining sector. The
Damen Shipyards Group is to build and deliver five fully electric, zero-emission ferries for the public transport company, Arriva Danmark.
The head of Poland’s National Security Bureau, Paweł Soloch, says Donald Trump’s opinion on the Nord Stream 2 “is important
As the use of polluting coal comes under more scrutiny across the European Union, the UK says it has been