Japan marked progress toward its green energy transition with the start of a new offshore wind farm at Noshiro Port in Akita Prefecture.
Construction of the world’s first offshore wind farm featuring 16 megawatt (MW) wind turbines has started in China.
The facility will generate energy that is equivalent to 370 million cubic meters of gas per year.
The record-breaking 2022 EU solar market is 38% or 10 GW higher than what SolarPower Europe expected one year ago.
Amazon's purchases last year bring the company closer to powering its operations with 100% renewable energy by 2025, five years ahead of its original 2030 target.
An international team researched a method to split natural seawater into oxygen and hydrogen with nearly 100 % efficiency, to produce green hydrogen by electrolysis.
The team showed that the device could run efficiently for 12 consecutive days and produced hydrogen with 99 percent purity.
The first power on Hornsea 2 offshore wind farm in the UK was achieved recently. When fully operational, Hornsea 2’s 165 8 MW Siemens Gamesa wind turbines will be capable of generating 1.32 GW of clean electricity.
The Mammoth Solar farm will be built in a rural area of Indiana about 80 miles south-east of Chicago. Distributed throughout that space will be 2,850,000 solar panels, which will generate 1.65 gigawatts of electricity.
A recent study has found that renewables can meet most of the world’s energy needs. Even the most industrialized countries that need a heavy power supply can rely on renewable energy, specifically wind and solar.
A colossal US$22-billion infrastructure project will send Australian sunshine more than 5,000 km to Singapore, via high-voltage undersea cables.
California Institute of Technology is developing technology capable of generating solar power in space and beaming it back to Earth. Solar power could be continuously available anywhere on Earth.
Orbital Marine Power O2 tidal turbine will be able to single-handedly generate enough clean-power to supply 2,000 UK homes, offsetting 2,200 tonnes of CO2 a year.
El Salvador announced plans on accepting cryptocurrency as legal tender and calls for the use of geothermal energy for bitcoin mining in the country.
King Island residents in Tasmania will soon enjoy renewable energy harnessed from wave swells. Currently, about two-thirds of the island’s energy needs are covered by wind and solar power.