Friday, January 19, 2018
Oxford PV to advance commercialisation with HZB collaboration

$29m boost to upscale Australia’s PV research

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has been awarded $29.2 million for 20 research projects to propel the development of solar PV technology. The funding...
In brief: Latest phase of Cross Winds energy park begins operations

Offshore wind farm control strategies put to the test

A new €2.3 million project launched by the Carbon Trust will demonstrate how the effective implementation of control strategies can reduce the cost of...
Thailand’s energy could be 36% renewables by 2036

Thailand’s energy could be 36% renewables by 2036

With a stronger and more ambitious energy development plan, renewables can account for 37% of Thailand’s energy mix by 2036. Boosting renewables share by 36%...
Brexit puts Scotland’s renewables industry at risk

Brexit puts Scotland’s renewables industry at risk

Brexit has the potential to derail Scotland’s prospering renewable energy industry, according to a University of Dundee professor. The warning comes from Professor Peter Cameron,...
‘Hedging’ emerges to address wind energy uncertainty

‘Hedging’ emerges to address wind energy uncertainty

One new way to address uncertainty on wind project revenues is hedging against volume risk, according to a new report from WindEurope and Swiss...
UK trade risk from foreign low carbon competitors

UK trade risk from foreign low carbon competitors

As the UK readies trade talks with the EU, a new report warns key business sectors will have to decarbonise to stay competitive and...

Survey shows strong global support for green energy

According to a new Ørsted survey, people across all ages, political standpoints, education and geographies are in favour of a shift to green energy. The...

MPS unveils WaveSub as wave energy hits milestone

Welsh wave power technology development company Marine Power Systems (MPS) has this month unveiled its quarter-scale, prototype WaveSub wave energy generator. This milestone marks the...

FutureLearn and InnoEnergy offer insight on blockchain in energy sector

InnoEnergy has partnered with FutureLearn to offer insight around the hype on blockchain and its role in the energy sector, as well as courses...

Action needed for biofuels to mean business, argues Academy

Biofuels have a role to play in meeting the UK’s commitments to climate change mitigation, according to a major new review by the Royal...

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EVs and renewables to plateau CO2 emissions by 2030

EVs and renewables to plateau CO2 emissions by 2030

Data and energy specialists, McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI), have released the 2018 Reference Case of its Global Energy Perspective (GEP) on long-term global energy...
British Solar Renewables inks PPA with Shell for England’s biggest solar park

British Solar Renewables inks PPA with Shell for England’s biggest solar park

British Solar Renewables (BSR) has agreed a five-year offtake agreement with Shell Energy Europe for the renewable power generated from the Bradenstoke solar power...
Swedish plant becomes Volvo’s first climate-neutral manufacturing site

Swedish plant becomes Volvo’s first climate-neutral manufacturing site

Volvo Cars’ engine factory in Skövde, Sweden, has become its first climate-neutral manufacturing plant, having switched to renewable heating at the beginning of the...