Green hydrogen revolution needs £13bn private investment to become a success

A new report claims that if the correct levels of government and private investment are made by 2040, most projects will become sustainable without support

UK’s pipeline of onshore wind projects reaches 33GW

If all these projects are realised, the UK could have more than double the current operational capacity by 2030

‘The issue of wasted renewable power must be solved now for UK to reach net zero by 2050’

Lane Clark & Peacock LLP has published a new study showing that last year saw 3.6TWh of wind power wasted across the country, primarily as a result of network constraints

‘Ireland must double renewable capacity over the next 25 years to hit net zero goals’

Cornwall Insight predicts the nation will need to step up its current installed renewable capacity from solar and wind from 5.1GW to 11.9GW

Global renewable energy capacity hit record levels in 2019

The renewable share of the global power mix now sits at 34.7%, according to new data released by the International Renewable Energy Agency

Moixa breaks 10k battery milestone in Japan

The firm claims it is now managing the world’s largest single fleet of smart batteries

Australia’s National Electricity Market breaks 50% renewable milestone

The market, which is Australia’s main grid, saw clean power make up half of all electricity produced during one trading period for the first time on Wednesday

New gas engine order aims to prepare UK for intermittent future

Statera Energy has signed an agreement with MAN Energy Solutions for the supply of ultra-efficient natural gas reciprocating engines

Offshore wind industry ‘to be worth $1 trillion by 2040’

The International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests global offshore wind capacity may increase 15-fold over this timeframe

North England’s distributed power capacity ‘has quadrupled in last decade’

More than 4GW of wind, solar and other decentralised power is now directly connected to its network, up from just 1GW in 2009