Possible energy blackouts – ‘3 hours, 3 times a week’

That’s according to a government document in preparation for Russia’s cut off of gas supplies to Europe

Brazil to offer 7MW wind turbine to global market

The wind-adaptable equipment is being manufactured by WEG

‘Move straight from coal to renewables – avoid gas!’

Gas should no longer be seen as a ‘transition fuel’, a new report claims

‘Responsible energy use isn’t just about consuming less energy, it’s also about when you consume it’

That was the suggestion from Chris Curry, Head of Flexibility at Bryt Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about the importance of a flexible energy system on the road to delivering net zero

Post-Covid boost for small businesses

The UK’s biggest electricity distributor has led the way in reaching out to support thousands of SMEs in the communities it serves to help combat the pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic

ENGIE announces total exit from coal by 2025 in Chile

The energy firm has also announced the development of 2GW of new renewable energy capacity

‘Energy-intensive businesses can’t go green on their own’

Ibstock and Total say the secret to their partnership’s green success has been a shared ambition to deliver net zero

‘UK nuclear has saved 2.3 billion tonnes of emissions since 1956’

The Nuclear Industry Association claims that over this time period, nuclear power has saved more emissions than any other energy source in British history

‘PPAs are a great way to both secure a clean energy supply and support the UK’s renewable capacity’

What exactly do PPAs involve, what are the different types available and how can they help businesses deliver their net zero ambitions? Find out here…

New UK plant to manufacture Dogger Bank blades

A new GE Renewable Energy blade manufacturing facility on Teesside will produce blades for its Haliade-X turbine that will power the world’s largest offshore wind farm