Some of the biggest names in renewable energy are calling on the leaders of the Group of 20 nations to take action to speed up the deployment of green power to prevent dangerous global warming.
Scotland's first offshore wind leasing round in more than a decade has closed to applicants.
There is potential for Government’s net zero targets to be hampered by offshore wind and carbon capture and storage (CCS) tussling for space in the North Sea.
The latest renewable energy consortium to announce its intention to bid for a slice of Scottish offshore wind farm action is made up of companies from Denmark, Italy and Spain.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor is the latest company to confirm its involvement in Scotland’s offshore wind leasing round.
Leading renewable energy firm Ørsted is celebrating the installation of its 1000th offshore wind turbine in UK waters.
Supermajor BP and renewables giant Orsted are going head to head over the same patch of the North Sea, according to reports.
The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms has come up with a unique solution to a potentially expensive problem.
With any energy transition, there is a need to bring about wholescale change, from the up, to the mid and the downstream.
The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has announced the appointment of two senior industrialists as non-executive directors.
Danish renewables giant Ørsted has successfully installed the first turbine for a major North Sea offshore wind farm.
Denmark-based renewable energy developer Ørsted and South Korean conglomerate POSCO have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their relationship as the North Asian nation seeks to significantly boost its offshore wind capacity.
Subsea UK boss Neil Gordon says the industry body will embark on a “new era” when it becomes the Global Underwater Hub (GUH) later this year.
Denmark’s Ørsted, Japan Wind Development (JWD) and Japan’s Eurus Energy have formed a partnership with the aim of jointly developing offshore wind projects in the Akita Prefecture region in Japan.
Subsea UK’s new TV debate style event makes its debut next week, with industry leaders and government panellists exploring how the subsea sector can support the energy transition and the blue economy.
Offshore services provider Global Maritime has won a contract with offshore wind developer Ørsted in Taiwan.
Danish renewables firm Ørsted has broken ground on its first renewable hydrogen project.
Tekmar Group is working with Orsted to identify the “root cause” of multi-million pound cable faults at several offshore wind farms.
Almost a dozen firms, including Equinor, Orsted and DNV, have become the latest members to join a leading European renewable energy project.
BP is expected to enter into Scotland’s offshore wind market by bidding for acreage in the ongoing ScotWind leasing round, according to The Times.
Industry leaders have urged governments to put incentives in place to speed up the deployment and uptake of hydrogen.
Ørsted is having to fork out millions of pounds in order to address cable issues at some of its offshore wind developments.
Equinor and BP have been named on the Time Magazine list of the 100 most influential companies in the world.
Norway’s $1.3 trillion wealth fund just made its first investment in clean energy infrastructure, more than a year after it was given the go-ahead to move into the asset class.
Ørsted, Aker Carbon Capture and Microsoft have teamed up to explore ways to support the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at biomass-fired heat and power plants in Denmark.