Testing energy converter

Project aims to boost the cost-effectiveness of large-scale wave energy converter arrays in UK waters

PV production grows despite a crisis-driven decline in investment

Europe remains a leader in newly installed capacities accounting for 51.7 per cent (16.8GW) of the 30GW installed worldwide

Focus on renewable energy integration and storage

New electricity market rules, business models and technologies needed

Public in favour of more wind farms

RenewableUK has today welcomed an opinion poll carried out by ComRes which highlights support for wind power among the British public

Key trends and revised growth forecast for the renewable energy generation market

Market power expected to gradually shift to emerging regions, says New Annual Renewable Energy Outlook 2013

15km of tubing for the solar power plant

First commercial plant in the world to apply central tower receiver and molten salt heat storage technology

Honkajoki wind farm connects to Finnish grid

Nordex’s first N117/2400 wind farm installed in Finland; Taaleritehdas takes over wind farm ahead of schedule

UK launch for anaerobic digestion tanking system

BCI Process launch the Lipp tanking system at The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association ADBA trade show

Could renewable energy stop your lights going out?

Is now be the moment for manufacturers to start taking renewable energy far more seriously? Rob Hill reports

Wind turbines help power water treatment

Three small-scale wind turbines have been installed at Scottish Water's Stronsay water treatment works to help reduce energy costs

Green economy given thumbs up in new research

Three in four UK adults believe that renewable energy is the future for the planet and will be important to the global economy

Wind-powered chemicals

How Eastman Chemical Company is planning to capitalise on low cost green energy

Co-operation crucial at trying time for Europe’s power generation industry

POWER-GEN Europe 2013 opens with keynote speeches by senior policy makers, energy providers and engineers from across the continent

'Holistic' thinking needed for Britain’s future electricity networks

Europe’s largest professional body for engineers is helping to create a holistic approach to the design of the Britain’s electricity networks

Europe power supplies 'at risk without market reform'

Power sector reforms becoming urgent as renewables boom, according to a new study

Powering marine renewable energy

ABB drive and motor helps Narec to develop new marine renewable energy systems

Enabling technology for ultra fine line solar cell metallisation

DEK Solar’s Fine Line Stencil gives excellent line conductivity with almost no wasted silver, thereby enabling sub-40µm line widths with no increase in line resistance



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