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Pandemic – a ‘historic shock’ to the global gas market
The combination of the Covid-19 crisis and an exceptionally mild winter in the northern hemisphere have put global demand for natural gas on course for its largest annual decline...
New report highlights crucial role of renewable hydrogen in UK
Renewable hydrogen has a key role to play in the UK’s successful transition from fossil fuels to renewables, alongside a huge expansion of wind energy and other clean power...
EDL commissions 56 MW Australian hybrid
Global energy firm EDL has completed the 56 MW Agnew hybrid renewable energy plant in Western Australia.
Gravitricity to build its first gravity storage demonstrator
Edinburgh energy storage start-up Gravitricity has signed a land rental agreement with Forth Ports to build their first demonstrator project on land within the Port of Leith. Work...
Eneco joins the PosHYdon project
Eneco has joined as a partner in Neptune Energy’s PosHYdon hydrogen project, the company has announced.
Wärtsilä gas engines to burn 100% hydrogen
The technology group Wärtsilä reports that it is developing the combustion process in its gas engines to enable them to burn 100% hydrogen fuel. Wärtsilä has researched hydrogen as a...
Solar PV continues its upward trend
The IEA solar section, PVPS, published its latest ‘Snapshot’ report on 29 April. This serves as a preliminary assessment prior to the 25th edition of the PVPS flagship report “Trends...
Covid-19: energy demand and emissions fall across Europe
Research from analyst Cornwall Insight has investigated the impact on the daily average electricity demand and carbon emissions across five European countries during the four weeks...
IRENA calls for “resilient’ renewable recovery
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) says that a continued focus on decarbonisation will help governments to support economic development in the wake of the...
Japanese power segment's first dual-fuel engines
MAN Energy Solutions has been commissioned by Kawasaki Heavy Industries to supply two MAN 12V51/60 dual-fuel engines to a Japanese power plant, a first for the domestic power market....
ORE Catapult testing resumes
The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s National Renewable Energy Centre in Blyth has resumed testing and validation activity after introducing measures to ensure staff safety during...
GWEC sets up Covid-19 response hub
The GWEC hub has been set up to co-ordinate information and responses to the current pandemic across the global wind energy sector.
Covid-19 – UK Energy sector seeks coronavirus support
Energy companies in the UK have asked the government for financial backing to help them cope with the impacts of the coronavirus impact.
Covid-19 – production lines critical, says WindEurope
WindEurope has called on European governments to allow continued operation of production lines in factories to help the wind industry cushion the impacts of the Covid-19 virus.
IEA calls for clean energy response in wake of COVID-19 crisis
The International Energy Agency says that governments should put clean energy technologies at the heart of economic stimulus packages drawn up in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus drives wind market downgrade
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to have a widespread impact on the global wind energy sector, analysts say.
Pandemic 'is delaying wind supply chains'
he current Covid-19 pandemic is likely to result in delays in the development of new wind farms, although it is too early to assess the true impact, according to industry...
E.On plans Malmö deep heat plant
E.On has announced plans to build a €5.4 million deep geothermal power plant in Sweden to feed Malmö’s district heating system.