A 1600MW coal generator closes for good after just six years, and will now be repurposed to produce green hydrogen from wind energy.
A brown coal generator in Germany is to close six years early because of high carbon prices.
Can a large industrialised society like Germany run securely and smoothly on a power system largely fed by wind and solar? The question is not if, but how.
Germany announces three-fold lift in solar auction capacity, and an increase in onshore wind tenders, but critics say it is only the bare minimum needed.
Two German hard coal power stations and one small-scale lignite plant will stop selling electricity by the end of 2021.
Two recent reports have concluded that Small Modular Reactors carry enormous risks and will probably never be as cheap as their advocates claim.
“Economically and politically dead”. Energy giant wants to close down its newest and biggest coal generator in Germany after just five years because it is losing money.
EU unveils plans for at least 6 gigawatts of renewable electrolyser capacity by 2024 and 40GW, producing 10 million tonnes, by 2030.