The falling cost of renewables offers an opportunity for Middle East and North African states to shift to capitalise on the energy transition – and even export “green molecules” to the world.
When Shell pulled out of London Array offshore wind project in 2008, it probably didn’t realise it would mean more than 10 years in the UK offshore wind wilderness.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has announced it will share data from its Hywind floating wind farm with the UK renewable energy sector.
Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, is poised to start generating wind power within three years as part of an effort to harness renewable energy to cut local demand for fossil fuels.
Energy firms including Shell and Equinor have joined a new group to push for further deployment of floating offshore wind technology in the UK.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has announced a £1.4 billion refinancing opportunity on the Dudgeon Windfarm project.
The £1.2billion Dudgeon windfarm has been officially opened off the UK coast by a partnership led by operator Equinor.
Peterhead was the site of a world first yesterday as the Hywind floating wind farm was hooked up to a battery storage system capable of receiving grid connection.