This month, RenewableUK, Scottish Renewables and Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) are joining forces to bring two events to the UK’s energy capital at the AECC in Aberdeen – Floating Offshore Wind 2018, and Cables 2018.
A new report by energy trade body RenewableUK has warned that the UK Government's "policy of blocking" onshore wind is a threat to future investment in the sector.
Offshore wind turbine firm MHI Vestas have announced the appointment of Julian Brown as UK country manager.
Renewable energy trade bodies have hit out at UK Government policy, as new data suggests that onshore windfarm numbers are set to plummet over the next four years.
Renewable energy is forming a central role as a "mainstream power source for homes, offices and factories", according to new UK Government data.
UK Government MPs are "unaware" of both the popularity and low costs associated with onshore wind, according to a YouGov poll released by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) today.
A majority of Brits think the UK Government should reverse its current policy on banning onshore wind from the energy mix, a YouGov poll has found.
The National Infrastructure Commission has said that Scottish onshore wind is being "held back" by UK planning restrictions largely defined by communities in England.
RenewableUK has today announced that it will launch a crowd-sourced database of women working in the energy sector to enable easier identification of experts.
The offshore wind sector is soon to benefit from a new guide to encourage young people into the industry.
The UK's place as world's largest offshore wind market has been retained for another year, according to data published by RenewableUK at the Global Offshore Wind 2018 conference in Manchester today.
A new report has highlighted the “global success” of UK companies working in onshore and offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.
Equinor's senior vice president of wind and low carbon solutions, Stephen Bull, has been elected to the board of trade and professional body RenewableUK.
Government statistics released today have shown growing public support for wind, tidal and wave energy and the renewables sector overall.
There is a “whole piece of work to be done” to increase the number of UK supply chain companies involved offshore renewable projects.
A report by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) has found that re-powering UK onshore wind sites built at the turn of the millennium could build on current capacity, yielding a net increase of 1.3GW, enough to power 800,000 homes.
UK renewable energy trade association RenewableUK vowed yesterday to ensure that 30% of all speakers’ panellists and chairs at its events are women at industry events.
In reaction to a slump in the small-scale energy sector, ten member organisations have joined forces to call on the UK Government to set out the future of the Feed-in Tariff.
The organisation RenewableUK has welcomed the government announcement that there will be a fresh Contract for Difference auction round in 2019.
Energy sector leaders have said they are struggling to get their “single voice” heard by the public because stories about harmony don’t sell newspapers.
Official figures published yesterday reveal mixed fortunes for traditional fossil fuel and wind-energy output in the UK.
The chief executive of RenewableUK said offshore wind has been leading a "new infrastructure revolution" in the UK.
RenewableUK has appointed a new chief executive to lead the trade association. Hugh McNeal will take up the role in April after previously working as a civil servant for a substantial part of his career.
One of the key questions in the often-polarised debate on renewable energy, in public, in parliament, and in the media, is “Can we afford it?”
The UK's renewable-energy industry is gearing up for next week's Global Offshore Wind 2015 event in London.