Wind energy in Ireland good for security, economy jobs – and potentially the UK’s own targets, says new report
Saphon Energy claims its sail inspired wind towers can expand the reach of renewable energy, cut costs and solve storage problems
Senator Harry Reid assures industry that the tax credit scheme will be renewed and takes swipe at climate sceptics.
In her annual state of the union speech, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen set out major energy market interventions to manage high prices
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US window coating can stop around 50% of heat and 70% of visible light, generating huge energy savings
Fears that noise pollution could interfere with the porpoise population hold up offshore wind farm, CO2 from US power plants drops as gas replaces coal and Keystone XL pipeline construction faces renewed protests.
Azerbaijan’s state oil and gas firm promises a green push but a lack of climate policies and plans to expand gas production are causing scepticism
The offshore wind industry faces unique headwinds which threaten to push its growth journey off course and into choppy waters.
Tricky politics have hampered renewable growth and plans to stop oil and gas exploration have sparked economic fears
Wars harm climate action because large militaries emit a lot and military spending diverts money away from tackling climate change
Nearly two fifths of India’s districts depend on the coal sector and a rapid phasedown would be devastating for millions of people
Japan is trying to push fossil fuel-based technologies on the region like gas, fossil hydrogen, carbon capture and so-called clean coal
Conflict over land can slow down climate projects, so developers must work with local communities from the outset
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China is the world’s biggest manufacturer of renewable energy equipment and is making plans for how to dispose of it once it stops working
There’s been a boom in investment in minerals like lithium, cobalt and nickel – which will be necessary for the energy transition
The EU signed green hydrogen agreements with Egypt, Kazakhstan, Morocco and Namibia to supply the bloc with the gas ahead of its 2030 goals.