Statkraft to build its first wind farms in the world’s southernmost country Chile

Combined with the company’s existing hydropower assets, Statkraft will reach a generating capacity of 366MW by the end of 2023

Budweiser beer brewed using 100% renewable sources in UK

It has built two solar farms and a wind turbine since 2018 and is now able to generate enough renewable electricity in the UK to also power its other brands such as Stella Artois, Corona, Bud Light and Becks

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

Scottish firm in jobs boost with £270m contract secured for Dogger Bank wind farm

Aberdeen-based North Star Renewables will deliver three state-of-the-art vessels to the renewable power project

Clean energy access firm Lekela certified carbon-neutral

The company has six wind farms across Africa and has offset emissions to achieve carbon-neutral status in its business operations

SSE Renewables signs exclusivity agreement with Acciona on Iberian offshore wind Joint Venture

This forms part of SSE Renewables’ strategy to seek to bring its expertise in the renewables value chain to international markets where it sees value

BT Group sources 100% renewable electricity from Total

A mix of renewable sources will be used including solar, wind and hydro from sites across the UK

Seagreen Offshore Windfarm delivers green jobs boost to Port of Nigg

The 1,075MW project will feature 114 wind turbine foundation structures, to be installed in Scotland’s Firth of Forth

Shell and Eneco agree to provide Amazon with power from subsidy-free offshore wind farm

The Amazon-Shell HKN Offshore Wind Project will be operated by The CrossWind consortium, a joint venture between the two energy firms

Iberdrola acquires 3GW offshore wind project in Ireland

The global energy company is expanding into the Irish market for renewable energy, looking to invest €100m over the next four years