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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.
UK funds hydrogen plants
The UK government has announced £30 million of funding for five large-scale hydrogen projects.
India issues 1.2 GW tender
India has invited renewable energy project developers to submit bids in a new tender for the development of 1.2 GW of capacity.
Ireland’s renewables investment to boom
Ireland is expected to attract huge investment as the country is set to add 5.8 GW of non-hydro renewable power capacity over the next decade.
RWE and Innogy explore hydrogen options
German utilities RWE and Innogy have embarked on a study investigating the feasibility of building an up-to 100 MW hydrogen plant on the site of the Eemshaven power station in...
2018 continues growth trend in renewables
The decade-long trend of strong growth in the global renewable energy sector continued in 2018, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Wind sector needs to take action on PPAs
Europe’s wind energy sector needs to take the initiative on managing long-term risks according to financial investment firm Augusta & Co.
Power fleet faults leads to Eskom load shedding
Eskom has been forced to implement more round of load shedding this month due to repeated faults at the firm’s power plant fleet.
EU sued over biomass climate impacts
A group of environmental organisations are claiming that the use of biomass in energy generation is undermining efforts to slow climate change.
Greece prepares for 600 MW renewables round
Greece’s regulator has announced details of the country’s next renewable energy tender.
Power sector faces extensive skill shortages – new report
The third annual Global Energy Talent Index shows that power companies face a difficult task balancing the need to address current talent shortages with adapting to the changing...
Energy trends show mixed signals – IEA report
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that there are “mixed signals” about the pace and direction of change in global energy markets.
UK Capacity Market is on hold
The General EU Court of Justice has annulled the Commission’s decision not to raise objections to the aid scheme establishing a capacity market in the UK.
WEMO report indicates climate aims challenged by economic growth
Capgemini's latest world energy market report underlines China’s role as a leading worldwide player in technology, equipment and utilities ownership.
Global energy investment set to fall – DNV
Global spending on energy as a proportion of economic output is set to slow sharply as energy demand declines, according to DNV GL.
UK offshore wind capacity set to double
The UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has announced new auctions to secure renewable energy sources. This is likely to lead to a doubling of the...
Ontario cancels renewables contracts
The government of Ontario has announced plans to cancel contracts with renewable energy projects in a bid to cut energy costs for ratepayers.