Amazon signs up for nine new wind and solar projects in North America and Europe, to become the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the world.
UK and Norwegian companies to build first huge “solid sails” that could slash fossil fuel consumption in the shipping industry by nearly a third.
Energy giant RWE strikes hydrogen trading deal with H2U that could see a South Australia facility expand to 1.5GW and deliver green hydrogen to Germany.
Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute achieves record conversion efficiency for both-sides contacted silicon solar cells, the industry standard for solar cell production.
New study says solar will be dominant source of energy by 2050, accounting for three quarters of energy needs as both heat and transport sectors go electric.
Ireland to replace its last remaining coal generation with a huge 1.4GW floating wind farm, and create a new clean energy and green hydrogen hub.
Great Britain’s electricity grid was the greenest it’s ever been on Easter Monday, thanks to good wind and solar conditions, and low demand.
Facebook signs contract to take electricity from Singapore floating solar farm to help power a nearby data centre.
Batteries are a lot faster to permit and build than gas, have dramatically less impact on the environment, and provide a range of other grid services.
US Department of Energy aims to lower the average cost of unsubsidised solar to 2 US cents per kilowatt-hour by 2030.