The world’s largest operational offshore wind farm has opened on the west coast of England in Cumbria, 20km from the
A spinning turbine which can capture wind coming from any direction and could revolutionise how consumers around the world generate
Techniques used to design Olympic yachts could revolutionise wind energy, according to an Edinburgh firm designing turbine blades. The design
Ireland’s Atlantic coastline has some of Europe’s most powerful waves, but the republic has so far been incapable of harnessing
In June 2018, Turkey nationalized its first wind farm, Alaçatı Wind Energy Plant (ARES), transferring to the state-owned Electricity Generation
Bosnia’s autonomous Serb republic has invited bids for a concession to build a 65-megawatt solar power installation in a €77-million
Norway’s state-run Equinor and renewable firm Masdar from Abu Dhabi have attached the first battery to the floating Hywind wind
An Irish company that provides renewable-energy advice has targeted improvement for Northern Ireland’s renewables. The report, Proposal for a Renewable
The energy minister of Norway has been in discussions over the construction of a floating, offshore wind farm, like the
Scotland continues to lead European wind power and hopes to develop its investment in the sector with plans to lease
Ireland has “enormous potential for offshore energy developments”, Norwegian state-run giant Statoil told Dublin’s Department Communications, Climate Action and Environment
Hydrogen produced by surplus wind and solar energy could be cheaper than natural gas by the 2030s, a study claims.
The French state-run utility EDF (Electricité de France) is adapting to a market where wind and solar costs have fallen
The world’s most powerful wind turbine is being built by a Swedish firm off the coast at Aberdeen in northwest
Renewable energy sources made up 103.6 per cent of mainland Portugal’s electricity supplies last month, according to the energy sector.