‘Flying drones and AI could replace weak link in maintenance – humans’

A new report suggests these technologies could dramatically speed up inspection of turbine blades and power transmission equipment

Winging it! Seabirds change flight path to avoid offshore turbines

Data was recorded 24 hours a day for two years and more than 600,000 videos were analysed as part of the study

Government launches fund for smart energy systems

The fund’s first round will see recipients receive a share of £41.5 million

Siemens wins Danish charging points order for electric buses

It will provide up to 40 high power charging (HPC) stations across 45 municipalities

New project to turn car parks into power stations

The interconnected units will be made up of solar panel canopies, EV charging points and battery units

Indian organisations join global EV initiative

An Indian IT firm and the State Bank of India have committed to transition their global fleets to EVs

Dutch clean energy firm goes smart with cloud computing

It will develop cloud management, application services and other end-user services

EU clears GE-Rosneft IoT joint venture buyout

The company will focus on the development, implementation and operation of industrial Internet of Things applications

Citroën and Peugeot owner to launch EV unit

PSA’s new low emission vehicles unit aims to introduce zero-emission alternative models across its entire range by 2025.

Top miner exits World Coal Association

BHP Billiton severed ties with the global coal lobby organisation over a clash on tackling climate change