Falling costs mean that power generated by offshore wind farms is becoming increasingly competitive with other fuels – and that’s good news for the climate
NEWS: Grey and harbour seals appear to enjoy wind farms, foraging at individual turbines
Plans for giant onshore and offshore windfarms unveiled as government seeks to meet ‘Saudi Arabia of wind’ tag
Industry executive says better technology, bigger turbines and falling costs will make it cheaper than coal by 2020.
The energy debate often doesn’t stretch much further than fossil fuels and nuclear power, but there are a host of alternative technologies in the pipeline.
Majority of Europe surpasses country’s carbon dioxide cuts while renewable energy remains a fraction of that of fellow OECD and EU nations despite pace of expansion, according to new figures.
As the UK touts the possibility of linking Iceland’s bountiful geothermal energy to the rest of Europe, Redpoint Energy explains why EU red tape could hold back plans for a European super-grid.
Electricity likely to cross borders more frequently as renewable integration boosts supply and cuts costs.
New report shows industry is worth €127bn to the EU yet opposition to clean energy remains.
Nick Molho, Head of Energy Policy at WWF-UK explains why a balanced energy future needs offshore wind.
Jean-Pierre Huguet of the European Platform Against Wind tells us why wind is not the future for energy security in Europe.
All the pieces are in place for wind power to establish itself as the key technology for clean energy writes Maria McCaffery, Chief Executive of RenewableUK.
European Investment Bank throws weight behind UK’s Thanet Offshore project.