A Pakistani proposal aims to power Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan through the winter and bring Central Asian hydropower the other way
The surcharge used to fund Germany’s move towards renewable energy (EEG) is due to increase again next year, triggering demands
Trust underscores every successful partnership. Without it, we cannot plan for the future, let alone imagine a better one. The
Russia’s floating nuclear power plant has arrived at its destination in Pevek in Russia’s far east after being pulled 4,700km
Spain’s electricity network operator Red Electrica de España (REE) has rejected numerous renewable projects amid an overwhelming number of applications.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stressed the importance of the country’s energy independence during Second World War commemorations in Poland.
The UK should impose limits on the construction of new wind and solar projects to cut blackout risks, according to
Australia’s top research agency has announced a hydrogen breakthrough that could create an export industry targeting Asia and beyond. The
Over the past 150 years, one cost has vexed the oil and gas industry more than any other: transport. The
France’s Neoen says it has bought eight wind farms in the Irish Republic with a total capacity of 53 megawatts
In late April, organic chlorides contaminated Russian crude oil flowing to Europe through the Druzhba pipeline. The subsequent shutdown of
The European Commission has approved plans by two companies to build six offshore wind farms off the northwest coast of
State-run EDF (Electricite de France) said its project to build a new nuclear reactor in Flamanville would be delayed by
Armenia’s Infrastructure Ministry has blamed massive power outages and voltage drops this week on a voltage drop in the national grid. “There
“Brexit means Brexit” was a famous tagline of the British Prime Minister Theresa May when she started campaigning to take