Spain’s electricity network operator Red Electrica de España (REE) has rejected numerous renewable projects amid an overwhelming number of applications.
A Finnish study says photovoltaic power is already far cheaper than the average energy price in six European markets and
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stressed the importance of the country’s energy independence during Second World War commemorations in Poland.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias says Greece has no intention of responding to Turkey’s provocation in the Aegean Sea. Turkish
Oil prices weakened today (Monday) after new tariffs in the ongoing US-China trade war came into force on US$112 billion
Sibur, Russia’s largest petrochemical producer, is expected to sign a gas supply deal that could increase the capacity of a
A report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) says wind turbines are “doing great harm to wildlife” as European
Germany has reported a sudden decline in the number of new wind farms being planned this year, raising fears that
A Danish project to demonstrate the commercial potential for hydrogen production from offshore wind has received almost US$500,000 in funding
Saudi Arabian oil giant Saudi Aramco is purportedly considering a two-stage, US$2-trillion initial public offering (IPO) with a domestic debut
Solar and wind power in Germany generated 39.3 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity for the national grid from June to August,
The Germany cabinet has approved a plan to spend up to €40 billion by 2038 to reduce the impact of
Sri Lanka has signed a deal with European oil and gas giants Total and Equinor to study the hydrocarbon potential
Russian nuclear corporation Rosatom, which is currently in the spotlight over the mysterious Arctic explosion, has been criticised for trying
Tesla appears to be looking to build a car factory in northwestern Germany with the tech giant inspecting possible locations.