Ørsted and Maersk Supply Service to test offshore charging buoy to slash vessel emissions

The mooring point will power wind farm service vessels with renewable energy and enable them to use auxiliary devices with the engines off

Almost 81% of oil and gas workers ‘would consider a job outside the industry’

More than half of these workers would be interested in working in renewables and offshore wind, according to a report

Environmental Agency doubts California’s proposed ban of new petrol vehicles by 2035

The US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator has sent a letter to California’s Governor questioning the legality and practicality of the plan

Crown Estate greenlights 2.8GW of UK offshore wind extension leases

Developers will now focus on environmental assessments and surveys prior to seeking planning consent and securing connections to the grid

Up to $80m on offer for energy demand flexibility across US buildings and grid

The funding will support projects that help improve the energy efficiency of the building stock in the US

Siemens to develop CO2-free hydrogen production plant in Germany

With a power intake of 6MW in the initial development phase, the plant will be built in the Wunsiedel Energy Park in northern Bavaria and run solely on renewable energy

Borealis granted €250m to develop circular economy solutions for plastics

It will enable the company to intensify the development of polyolefins-based circular solutions used in a wide range of applications in consumers products, packaging and power transmission cabling

Nearly two-thirds of Brits are willing to sacrifice part of their salary to tackle climate change

Cable giant Nexans surveyed 2,210 people from across the country about whether they would be willing to take a financial hit to save the environment

Renewables ‘covered almost a third of French energy consumption’ in second quarter of 2020

The country’s total renewables capacity reached 54,7GW at the end of June, an increase of 2,4GW during the last 12 months, according to a report

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-electric passenger jet takes off in the UK

The flight took place in Cranfield and is part of a government-backed programme which aims to prove hydrogen is an efficient energy source for commercial aviation