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German Wind Energy Sector Struggling To Find Growth

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.

Australias National Grid Has Over Half Of Its Electricity Generated From Renewable Sources For...

For the first time ever, renewable energy has provided for 50% of the demand for Australia’s power grid.

African Village To Be Powered Entirely By Solar Power

A tiny village near the Moroccan Atlantic coastline Id Mjahdi, is hoping to become Africa’s first village to be powered only by solar power.

Balsa Wood Shortage Affecting Wind Turbine Production

New wind power projects could potentially be facing delays due to a balsa wood supply shortage. Balsa wood, which...

Geothermal Energy: A Solution To Indonesia’s Fossil Fuel Reliance?

Indonesia is a country still extremely reliant on fossil fuels, however it has an untapped potential of geothermal energy which could make the country greener.

Scientists Reveal Solar Power in China is more Affordable than Grid Electricity

New research has indicated that compared to grid electricity in Chinese cities, solar energy is actually cheaper.  This is expected to raise the uptake of...

5.5 Metric Megaton Cooper to be used in Wind Turbines globally by 2028

According to the globally renowned consultation group Wood Mackenzie, the decade between 2018 and 2028 will see the installation of new offshore wind capacities...

Croatia Reveal Their First Geothermal Energy Plant

Croatia have officially revealed their first geothermal power plant near Bjelovar. The power plant which is located in Ciglena

Hornsea 2 – A sea change for UK Wind Power

Wind power provides an ever growing amount of electricity for the United Kingdom and by the end of July 2019, it consisted of 9,929 wind turbines...

Record Offshore Wind Power Growth Leads to Another Strong Year for Wind Power

Offshore wind turbine projects along with new onshore ventures in China and the United States have provided one of the strongest recorded years for wind power.