Wind and solar power have become even cheaper compared to fossil fuels in the past year, making them an attractive way to stimulate economies recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Lazard Ltd.
Plans to power a new Aberdeen attraction with a bespoke energy system have moved forward.
Wind and solar energy doubled its share of the global power mix over the last five years, moving the world closer to a path that would limit the worst effects of global warming.
BP has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Chinese solar firm, JinkoPower, to provide integrated decarbonised energy solutions and services to customers in China.
Dubai Electric and Water Authority (DEWA) has awarded the fifth phase of a solar park project to a consortium led by ACWA Power claiming a new record price.
French oil and gas giant Total has scooped 20% of solar power awards during the most recent tender process.
The leading U.S. solar-trade group is warning the fallout from the coronavirus could slash the industry’s workforce in half.
London-listed Tlou Energy has set out plans to trim its running costs, in response to problems in the world’s financial markets, while competitor Kalahari Energy has received support from the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) for its power plans.
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.
Australia is set to add a record amount of renewable power in 2020, driven by growing corporate demand for clean electricity and to fill generation gaps created by the retirement of aging coal-fired plants.
A new multi-million joint venture (JV) will see Chinese manufacturer Shanghai Electric pair with Spanish firm Eland Private Equity to seek out major investments in Europe.
When Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) was launched it focused on the downstream and has subsequently expanded into the upstream, while also moving into petrochemicals.
Work on Shell's first solar plant in the Netherlands is complete, according to engineering and construction firm Wood.
In unlikely bedfellows news, an oil production firm and a solar energy supplier have struck up an alliance in California to work together.
China is one of the fastest growing countries in terms of renewable energy.
China, the world’s biggest carbon emitter, is poised to install a record amount of solar-power capacity this year, prompting researchers to boost forecasts as much as 80 percent.
Smart energy management services company, KiWi Power, agree deal with the National Grid to build a pioneering behind-the-meter battery.
Energy2market GmbH (e2m) is one of Europe’s leading Virtual Power Plant operators and a major player in route to market services throughout Europe. Now, e2m is looking to expand their services to the UK.
Strathmore Energy Research Centre (SERC) a market driven research facility in Kenya has announced it's new renewables based projects and training facility.
Renewables company, Anesco, has gained accreditation to supply energy storage batteries to the UK solar farm market.
French supermajor Total has launched construction of its second solar power plant in Japan.
An abandoned airfield in Moray could soon be generating enough electricity to power the region’s biggest town.
The nation most identified with its massive oil reserves is turning to wind and solar to generate power at home and help extend the life of its crucial crude franchise.
A solar farm at Mackie’s of Scotland generated enough power to make more than 725,000 gallons of the Aberdeenshire dairy firm’s ice-cream during the first year of green-energy production.
A bungled Aberdeen City Council deal to fix solar panels to public buildings could end up costing taxpayers more than £500,000.