This article includes 6 of these countries which have vast wind potential but are yet to harness it. The countries included are Russia, Oman, Somalia, Iceland, Kazakhstan and Vietnam.
Renewable power generation in Turkey has been on the rise since the nation brought in the ‘Renewable Energy Law’ back in 2005. Progress was steady in the earlier years however recently it has increased.
A new fleet of nuclear power plants will be needed by the UK if it wants to meet its carbon emission targets, says the Nuclear Industry Association during their annual conference.
Over 11 leading Israeli scientists have signed a letter to their nation’s energy minister, Yuval Steinitz, to go against the countries decision to construct a new network of natural gas power plants.
Diesel generator sets are to be used to power Bangui, in the Central African Republic. Tunisian based EPC are set to try and fix the power problems that the city of Bangui has been facing.
By the end of 2018, offshore wind energy produced just 23 gigawatts of power, compared to 540 gigawatts which was produced from onshore wind energy projects.
For the first time ever, renewable energy has provided for 50% of the demand for Australia’s power grid.
The UK has many now unused coal mines which have been filling with flood water and are slowly being heated from the Earths core. This geothermal energy could be used to heat UK homes.
Croatia have officially revealed their first geothermal power plant near Bjelovar. The power plant which is located in Ciglena
The German wind power sector is currently struggling, and the German Government and wind power industry representatives recently met up to try and solve the issue.