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Energy transition project awarded more than €9m to reduce emissions

A new energy transition project, known as WHISPER, has been awarded €9.2m in funding from Horizon Europe for a four-year innovation project.

W2Power: Achieving successful offshore wind power deployment worldwide

Findd out more about Enerocean’s W2Power floating wind power solution, which is set to be deployed across the globe by 2030.

Canada and Germany strike green hydrogen wind farm deal

Canada and Germany will sign a deal on August 23 that will see the nations collaborate on a green hydrogen wind farm project led...

MGH Offshore: Specialist in engineering and staffing for the energy sector

Matthew Lynn, Founder and Managing Director of MGH Offshore, outlines the importance of partnering with the right staffing specialist in the energy sector. There has...

Two large-scale offshore wind farms to be constructed in Finland

The Finnish Government has granted permits to lease its seabed to develop two large-scale offshore wind farms. State-owned forest and seabed administrator, Metsähallitus, obtained permission to lease these areas. Finland...

Featured Renewable Energy News

Pioneering the energy transition with revolutionary heat storage systems

EIRES researchers have developed a way to utilise heat storage in a safe, sustainable, and loss-free way. Efficient storage and transport of heat is one...

System Integration: Toward informed decision making for the energy transition

The Eindhoven Institute for Renewable Energy Systems is using a System Integration approach, which aims to model future energy systems to facilitate the green...

Examining the potential of magnet rare earths at the Makuutu Rare Earth Project

Tim Harrison, Managing Director and CEO of Ionic Rare Earths Limited, discusses the Makuutu Rare Earth Project and its magnet rare earths potential. Ionic Rare...

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How European wind energy expansion could contribute to energy security

Viktoriya Kerelska, Head of Advocacy and Messaging at WindEurope, explores recent developments in European wind energy policy. The war in Ukraine has opened everyone’s eyes...

Next-generation wind plants predicted to reach 130 meters by 2035

In a new survey, experts forecast that next-generation wind power plants will be much larger in size and more economical than previous estimates. Anticipating the...

Europe’s energy security: North Sea offshore wind to power the EU

European leaders meet in Denmark to discuss the role of North Sea offshore wind in strengthening the EU’s energy security. Today, 18 May 2022, the...

Why the renewable energy industry requires carbon and graphite

Dr Corina Hebestreit, Secretary General of the European Carbon and Graphite Association, discusses the role of carbon and graphite in the renewable energy industry. The...

DynElectro explores the use of Power-to-X technology in Denmark

DynElectro’s Anne Lyck Smitshuysen and Søren Højgaard Jensen are making significant progress towards the company’s goal of achieving export success with its Power-to-X technology. Founded...

Europe invested €41.4bn in new wind farms during 2021

A recent report published by WindEurope highlights that Europe has invested €41.4bn in new wind farms during 2021. Wind farms are a collection of individual...

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