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EU told to accelerate North Sea cross-border offshore wind development

Dutch-German grid operator, TenneT, has called for the acceleration of North Sea cross-border offshore wind ...
Electrolyser

Declaration signed to boost electrolyser manufacturing capacities in the EU

The European Commission and CEOs from across the electrolyser industry have signed a joint declaration, ...
five GW hydrogen

New report sets steps to unlocking five GW of green hydrogen in UK

RenewableUK has published a series of key policy recommendations in a new report to help ...
Wind energy germany

Germany ready to deploy more than ten gigawatts of new wind per year

The German government has passed the so-called ‘Easter Package’, the most profound change to energy ...
Sweden net zero

Sweden proposes net zero target including emissions from consumption

Sweden will be the first country in the world to set goals for how climate ...

REA calls UK Government’s Energy Security Strategy “wholly inadequate”

The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) has described the UK Government’s Energy ...
Uk Government Strategy

UK government launches comprehensive Energy Security Strategy

The UK Government has launched a new British Energy Security Strategy, with the aim of ...
Offshore Wind

Governments, industry and TSOs join forces to fast forward offshore wind

25 parties have signed a statement outlining their commitment to work together for the accelerated ...

Energy transition holds key to tackle global energy and climate crisis

Short-term interventions addressing the current energy crisis must be accompanied by a steadfast focus on ...
Carbon capture CCUS

CCSA calls for increased CCUS roll-out to empower UK’s industrial regions

The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), the trade body for the Carbon Capture, Utilisation, ...
European Commission

Europe wants more renewables to increase its energy security

In response to the rise in electricity prices across Europe, and influenced by the Russian ...
low-carbon solutions

Report shows benefits of tailoring low-carbon solutions to local needs

New research by PwC has found that ‘place-based’ low-carbon solutions led by UK cities and ...

IPCC report concludes some climate change impacts are ‘irreversible’

Human-induced climate change is causing dangerous and widespread disruption in nature and affecting the lives ...

Europe’s building only half the wind energy it needs for the Green Deal

Europe is not building enough new wind energy to reach its Green Deal objectives, according ...

Global Wind Energy Council report highlights green recovery opportunities

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has published its latest report, ‘Capturing Green Recovery Opportunities ...

Time to act as momentum builds for CCUS and hydrogen

This year, companies and governments will need to make good on the pledges they made ...
Green Hydrogen

2022 predicted to be the year for viable green hydrogen tipping point 

Research from Delta-EE, a specialist new energy research and consulting company, suggests that 2022 could be ...
schene

UK launches largest renewable energy support scheme to date

The biggest ever round of the UK government’s flagship renewable energy support scheme has opened ...

Concession on fossil fuel wording leads to COP26 agreement

COP26 has concluded in Glasgow with nearly 200 countries agreeing the Glasgow Climate Pact to ...
pollutants

Strategy approved to significantly cut short-lived climate pollutants this decade

Ministers from 46 countries kicked off a new phase of the United Nations Environment Programme ...
government

UK government not sufficiently grappling skills gap needed for net zero

Inconsistent Government policy on green jobs and a knowledge-gap in necessary skills are resulting in ...
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