North Sea oil and gas firms “misunderstood the world” and have now “been caught out” by the Covid-19 crisis, according to the UK boss of climate activist group Greenpeace.
An oil refinery in northern Germany wants to turn excess wind power into green hydrogen to replace natural gas and produce synthetic fuels for aviation.
The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms is weighing nearly $13 billion worth of projects in Taiwan, saying that so far the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t shifted its optimism about the region.
A consortium group led by Danish offshore wind giant Orsted has received a multi-million pound funding injection for an offshore wind-derived hydrogen project.
Ofgem has published its report on the electricity disruption which occurred on the 09 August 2019 resulting in supply being lost to over one million customers for a total period of 45 minutes.
Equinor and Orsted will lead a new group formed to tackle climate change by accelerating the deployment of offshore renewable energy technology.
Growth of the offshore energy market looks set to be hampered by a looming shortage of competent construction vessel capacity.
Three companies will pay £10.5 million to the energy watchdog's redress fund over the power cuts in August which left more than one million customers without power and caused travel chaos, regulator Ofgem has said.
Technology developed by a Fife firm that’s been used on the stages of international superstars is set to revolutionise access to offshore wind turbines for maintenance personnel.
Lack of "foresight" by bosses of a troubled wind turbine manufacturer is responsible for the firm's current redundancy woes, according to an industry insider.
The solutions needed to transition to a cleaner energy sector are currently "at our disposal" and "urgently needed", according to the boss of the world's largest wind farm developer.
Offshore wind giant Orsted has reported a spike in profit in the third quarter 2019 alongside a slight slide in revenues.
Offshore wind giant Orsted has announced that it has signed an agreement to sell of more than £470 million in transmission assets at its Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm.
The final turbine has been installed at the "world's largest" wind development in the UK, according to Danish firm Orsted.
The boss of Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) said yesterday that his firm could return for more offshore wind acreage in the Scottish North Sea.
Danish offshore wind developer Orsted has announced the acquisition of a £22.5% stake in a Scottish hoist technology firm based in Fife.
Danish offshore wind giant Orsted will use the world's current "most powerful turbine" at two US offshore wind projects, according to supplier GE Renewable Energy.
Danish firm Orsted has signed a deal to sell off its power distribution business for £2.5 billion to allow a "significant expansion" into the offshore wind sector.
Benj Sykes does not claim to have all the answers for oil and gas companies on how to accomplish an effective energy transition, but he does have the best vantage point.
Danish offshore wind giant Orsted has seen its plans to extend its Race Bank project blocked by the UK Crown Estate as the regulative body allowed several other developments to increase their size.
The U.K.’s energy markets regulator said it’ll probe whether grid operators or power generators breached license conditions during the Aug. 9
blackout that saw more than one million British households lose power.
Offshore wind giant Orsted is understood to be looking at the possibility of adding an additional 180 turbines off the coat of Yorkshire with a new wind farm.
The speed of growth at Danish company Orsted will allow it to outpace other former oil firms who have transitioned to offshore wind, according to research group Macquarie.
Here’s what we know about the events beginning on Friday afternoon at around 4:52pm.
Wind giant Orsted has said it is "looking forward" to seeing the full details of the next Scottish offshore wind leasing round, as the firm experienced a bumper surge in revenues from the sector.