The massive 400 MW Cimarron Bend wind project in Clark County, Kansas will be Enel Green Power's largest wind farm built so far..
Tidal power specialist Atlantis Resources has sold a minority stake in its Scottish tidal development company to marine construction firm DEME for £2million, to boost its Sound of Islay project .
Aberdeen's hydrogen bus project has proved influential in storage and fuel company ITM Power signeing an agreement with BOC for the installation of infrastructure at its electrolyser-based hydrogen refuelling stations for passenger cars.
Coal to power developer Edenville Energy has confirmed that Sally Schofield has resigned as a non-executive chairman with the company.
Renewable energy generation capacity expanded last year by 8.3% to 1,985gigawatts globally.
Good Energy, the Wiltshire-based, renewable electricity and gas supplier is to challenge the advertising watchdog's ruling on the claims by Ecotricity that is supply’s “Britain’s greenest energy”.
Mytrah Energy has secured a new $175million loan facility that will help push its generation capacity to more than 1,000MW within 12 months.
A fresh report has claimed building new nuclear power stations will create “significant and hidden costs” in comparison to renewable options which offer a better “intergenerational contract”.
Amec Foster Wheeler has signed a wide-ranging agreement with nuclear power plant constructor China Nuclear Engineering & Construction Corporation (CNEC).
The nuclear power sector generated almost £3.5 billion turnover and employed 15,500 full-time equivalent (FTE) workers according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Active Energy is on the hunt for a new chairman after the swift exit of former chairman Frank Lewis.
NextEnergy Solar Fund has bought five solar plants for £98million.
Doubling the share of renewables in the global energy mix by 2030 is feasible, but only with concerted action to jump-start their use in transport, building and industry. Bioenergy is seen as being a critical component to achieving this objective. And if it is, then the sector could “sustain 24.4million jobs worldwide” just 15 years from now.
Green campaigners have welcomed plans for a £500 million boost to Scotland’s tidal power industry.
Fugro has completed offshore works undertaken in preparation for full construction of the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) at Aberdeen Bay.
Tidal power player Atlantis has entered into a partnership agreement with Equitix, the investor and fund manager of infrastructure assets with over £1.7 billion of funds under management.
A 60MW wind farm has been commissioned in Utah this week with technical support from Scottish renewable energy consultancy, SgurrEnergy.
Electric car maker Tesla has unveiled its newest model - its lowest-priced vehicle so far.
Green power is meeting more than half of Scottish electricity demand for the first time, new figures show. Scottish politicians and green groups hailed the figure, but warned further progress would be hindered by UK Government policy. A total of 57.7% of electricity consumed was generated by renewable technologies in Scotland last year, up 7.9 percentage points on 2014, according to provisional statistics published yesterday by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc).
Scotland has met a key target for renewable energy consumption, according to official figures.
Energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power, has sold a 1MW electrolyser system with some additional equipment to German power firm ZEAG Energie.
A community hydro scheme could be up and running this summer after 200 investors injected £800,000 worth of cash into the project.
Experts have played down the chances the lights could go out this winter, as a series of coal fired power plants close.
World leaders will gather in Washington to discuss how to prevent terrorists getting hold of radioactive material, with the UK set to play a leading role in protecting nuclear facilities from cyber attack.
Renewable energy developers won contracts to produce 1,720 megawatts of power in Mexico during the country’s first-ever private auction, after the government ended a decades-long state electricity monopoly in 2013.