Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University, who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic

Iran announces raft of new power and water projects amid coronavirus crisis

They will make up a proportion of 38 new projects, worth £342m, to be developed across 15 provinces in the next three months

Majority of UK motorists ‘back smart charging markets’

Recent research states most motorists would be happy to charge their electric vehicles outside of peak times in return for lower bills

Government and energy industry agree on steps to protect consumers from Coronavirus

Together, they have reassured the public that any energy customer in financial distress will be supported by their supplier during this time of disruption

CO2 emissions from global power sector ‘fell 2% in 2019’

Research conducted by an independent thinktank noted a 15% increase in solar and wind energy generation, falling short by 7% of meeting the Paris Agreement requirements

New York Governor unveils 21 renewable energy projects

The newly-announced green projects are expected to generate a total clean capacity of 1,278MW

Ancala wraps up ‘largest wind farm’ acquisition in Cyprus

The wind farm comprises 41 wind turbines and produces around 5% of Cyprus’ entire electricity generation

Opus Energy unleashes new 100% renewable electricity tariff for SMEs

The new tariff will provide 100% renewable energy sourced from more than 2,300 UK renewable generators

EIB backs Polish wind farm with €60m loan

The new wind park is expected to supply approximately 75,000 households with clean energy

Toshiba unveils ‘world’s largest hydrogen plant’ in Fukushima

The new facility can produce as much as 1,200m3 of hydrogen per hour which will be used to stabilise the electricity grid and boost the use of renewables