Report details China’s complex energy landscape and its enormous green energy shift

The seeming enormity of the green energy shift taking place in China is given shape by what's described as the most comprehensive English-language report...

Powerful partnership puts solar and wind projects on the map

A free new tool has been launched for local authorities to help them quickly identify potential locations for green energy projects. Across London, the East...

£3.4 billion ‘electricity superhighway’ will speed up energy projects delivery, says OFGEM

OFGEM has announced it is consulting on a proposed funding package of £3.4 billion for a subsea and underground 500km electricity superhighway between Scotland...

Comment: Electrifying offshore wind – a vital step towards net zero

Leo Hambro explains why he believes the electrification of small vessel fleets to be key to decarbonising the offshore wind sector. According to insight...

Wind turbine monopile foundation work earns award nomination

Cambridge Vacuum Engineering (CVE) – a specialist in power beam welding technologies – has been shortlisted for an International Energy Award for its RapidWeld...

£8m project aims to deliver first retrofit E-CTV with offshore and onshore charging

A seemingly groundbreaking project aims to deliver the world’s first retrofit electric crew transfer vessel (E-CTV) - retrofitting a diesel CTV to be fully...

A bundle of tech can replace gas boilers and help millions of homes go...

Inefficient UK homes, which were built decades ago, can do away with their gas boilers and get all their energy needs off-grid by retrofitting...

Cutting-edge innovation celebrated at Scottish Green Energy Awards

A technology that is revolutionising the maintenance of wind turbine blades has scooped a top prize at last night's (30 November) Scottish Green Energy...

£4.5 billion boost for UK manufacturing includes clean energy fund

The UK government is making available £4.5 billion of funding for British manufacturing to increase investment in nine sectors. Announced on 17 November, the funding...

Government’s offshore wind shortfall could delay net zero

A new report forecasting the energy generation mix out to 2030, has calculated the government will miss its 50GW offshore wind capacity target, with...

Turning turbines smart with edge computing

No matter the size of the wind farm, operators can make turbines into smart machines with one small change. Greg Hookings, Director (Digital Industries),...

Huge global demand for new wind technicians by 2027

New figures appear to clarify the workforce challenge facing the global wind industry with nearly 600,000 technicians needed during the next five years –...

Diverse mix shortlisted for Scottish Green Energy Awards

The Scottish Green Energy Awards announced the shortlist for this year's awards, said to be the UK’s biggest celebration of the renewable energy industry,...

New platform “brings more scalable approach to advanced wind O&M”

A new hardware-free platform for maximising wind turbine health and availability - Windscope - launched on 10 October, following a successful 9-month beta testing...

Onshore wind sector deal “will speed up Scotland’s net-zero ambitions”

Planning time for onshore wind farms set to be halved to 12 months A new deal between the onshore wind industry and the Scottish Government...

Government’s renewables targets at risk as auction sees no bids for offshore wind​​​​​​

The government has today (8 September) unveiled the results of its fifth Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction (AR5), securing 3.7GW of renewable capacity. This...

Offshore wind pioneer recognised at Net Zero Energy Transition Awards

Engineering firm Balmoral recognised by renewable energy industry An Aberdeen-based engineering firm was announced on 24 August as winner of the Green Business Growth Award...

Nominations open for the Scottish Green Energy Awards

Billed as the UK’s biggest celebration of renewable energy, The Scottish Green Energy Awards 2023, opened for nominations on 26 July. This year’s event will...

Norfolk Boreas cancellation deals a blow for UK offshore wind ambition

Swedish wind farm developer Vattenfall’s 20 July decision to cancel work on the 1.4GW Norfolk Boreas site appears to be a significant blow for...

A new start? Retooling wind power for a circular economy

Around 80-90% of the weight of wind turbines can be recycled, according to recent estimates, although, historically, very little of this kind of thing...