Smaller start-up firms are reporting increased customer numbers as the coal industry appears to weather a financial hit once more.
A Scottish renewable energy organisation has developed a whisky biofuel that has the ability to power a motor vehicle.
The President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has held meetings with theKorean Government and the Asian country's Green Climate Fund (GCF).
Europe has seen a sizable 6.1GW increase in wind capacity already in 2017, with the UK (1.2 GW), Germany (2.2 GW) and France (492 MW) leading the pack.
European funding could allow the Republic of Moldova is to be connected to neighbouring Romania’s power grid in a bid to diversify its electricity supply.
Official numbers published today by the Digest of UK Energy Statistics tell the story of UK energy generation last year, with more than one fifth (21%) coming from nuclear power.
Shaimaa Omar, a 27-year-old entrepreneur from the rural city of Sohag, is challenging gender roles in her homeland of Egypt with her start-up, Biomix.
Falling renewables and battery costs will mean the displacement of gas as the leading source of energy generation in South Australia by 2025, a new report said.
Few know the content of this month’s maiden powwow between US President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Yet given Trump’s suggestion that the US is open for business in Europe regarding natural gas, it would be odd if the Russian leader hadn’t brought up the subject of his country’s standing as one of the region’s main suppliers.
The first turbine for Statoil's Hywind project was pulled into the Buchan Deep off Peterhead yesterday.
Independent developer, Muirhall Energy, and independent onshore wind energy partner, WWS Renewables, have acquired Infinis Group’s onshore wind development phase assets from Terra Firma.
A third Ghanaian oil field was ceremonially opened by the county’s president this month.
In a newly released video from PWC, Drew Stevenson, Adrian Del Maestro and Neil Leppard discussed the recent M&A environment and trends and alluded to a potential upsurge in fortunes for the oil and gas market.
An innovative Dutch artist aiming to show the beauty of clean energy has put on a light show using green lasers entitled “WINDLICHT”, which simply translates as: wind light.
Swedish power company Vattenfall has put its past financial woes behind it with pre-tax profits of 8.3billion Swedish krona (£775million) for the first half of 2017.
Industrial manufacturing giant Siemens has been left red faced and forced to backtrack on an arrangement with Russia after an energy scandal involving Crimea.
The cause of many solar panel fires in the UK is down to installer error claims a joint Building Research Establishment (BRE) and government report published today.
Irish energy firm ESB and REG Power Solutions today put pen to paper to take two concept-stage windfarms into development.
An industry expert has said renewed enthusiasm for competing in licensing rounds is “great to see” ahead of crucial, upcoming North Sea auctions.
BP’s aim to balance its carbon footprint takes a substantial leap forward with the announcement that the project portfolio will expand its offsetting mandate this year.
Oil was steady amid mixed signals on U.S. crude inventories, with industry data showing supplies increased last week while government statistics were expected to indicate a decline.
Octopus Investments and Blue Energy have put pen to paper on the acquisition of a hat trick of onshore windfarm projects based across Scotland.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has once again released new data in an effort to attract and incentivise North Sea exploration.
A new high velocity water jetting system is to be fitted to all James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) tools stationed at their hubs in the UK, UAE, Singapore, Venezuela, USA, Brazil, China and Mexico.
MARIN, the Dutch Maritime Institute, have this week tested out a mega island floating structure that could revolutionise the renewable energy sector.