Yet another European renewable milestone was reached last week when Portugal’s renewable energy generators powered the entire country for four consecutive days.
Oil giant Shell will be creating a new division dedicated to investing in green energy in order to avoid the “nasty, brutish and short” end predicted for oil companies by Chatham House.
Norwegian energy company Statoil ASA has just been officially granted a lease permitting them to build what will be the world’s largest floating offshore wind farm off the East coast of Scotland.
Optimal weather conditions in Germany on the 8th of May led to so much renewable energy being produced that prices temporarily turned negative, and commercial customers were actually being paid to use electricity.
In yet another development set to fuel those concerned with the viability of EDF’s Hinkley Point C nuclear project, the French energy company has now increased the overall estimate for the cost of the plant’s construction to nearly £21 billion.
Car manufacturer Nissan has unveiled a brand new scheme designed to allow owners of electric vehicles to sell electricity generated by their vehicles’ batteries back to National Grid.
Professional services firm Ernst & Young have released their latest Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), showing the UK’s position at an all-time low.