European Energy granted €40m for large-scale solar and wind projects

The loan from the Danish Green Investment Fund will support European Energy’s ambition to construct 750MW of new green power capacity from solar and wind by 2021 and an additional 1GW in 2022

Better Energy to develop solar park on restored wetlands

It will be located in Køng Mose in Vordingborg Municipality, which is expected to supply around 42,000 households with green energy

Vodafone and Landis+Gyr team up for smart meters and green grid using IoT

The partnership will allow Landis+Gyr customers to connect their smart meters and smart grid applications to more than 400 networks in 180 countries more quickly and easily

UK launches COP26 Energy Transition Council to accelerate switch to clean power

The new body will work with representatives of governments to ensure that for every country renewable energy is the most attractive option

Siemens Gamesa moves forward on wind-to-hydrogen project

The electricity from the wind turbine will be converted into hydrogen, which will be stored and used as a fuel for buses, taxis and cars

Government’s green investments in developing countries help slash 30m tonnes of emissions

Since 2011, the UK has offered £2.2 billion of finance to fight climate change and installed 2000MW of clean energy capacity, according to Defra’s report

China’s LONGi targets 100% green energy use by 2028

It has unveiled an eight-year roadmap to achieve its goals as it jointly launched the RE100 China Initiative with renewable energy leaders in the country

Alphabet issues $5.75bn bond to support environmental initiatives

Google’s parent company will target eight areas, including energy efficiency, clean energy, green buildings, clean transportation and circular economy and design

HelloFresh cooks up plan to offset 100% of its carbon emissions

The move is expected to make HelloFresh the first global carbon neutral meal kit company

ScottishPower completes £2.5bn East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm

The wind farm consists of 102 turbines, which are capable of producing enough renewable electricity to power more than 630,000 homes