Masdar to develop Georgia’s ‘largest’ solar power plant

It will have a total capacity of 100MW, supporting the country’s ambition to increase its share of renewable energy in the power generation mix

UK’s grid had a green holly jolly Christmas

New research finds on 29th December, fossil fuels generated just 6% of the power on Britain’s electricity grid

Solar and wind ‘provided more than one-eighth of total US electrical generation’

Electricity generated by renewables accounted for more than 20% of total US production during the first three-quarters of 2021, according to a new report

Does Tajikistan hold the answers to Central Asia’s net zero transition?

The IEA has helped produce a roadmap for the nation to take advantage of its hydropower capabilities and believes it could be a provider for the rest of Central Asia if it can do so

Producing power: Hydro power energy generation in the UK

Societies have drawn on the power of water for thousands of years. The use of water mills dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, while China’s Han Dynasty used water power in papermaking as early as 202 BCE.

Low winds and ‘driest weather in 70 years’ hit SSE’s renewable generation

Output from SSE Renewables’ assets was down 32% between April and September, the company confirmed

Power up! World’s longest subsea power interconnector links UK and Norway

The 450-mile long cable will help reduce the burning of fossil fuels in the UK and avoid 23m tonnes of carbon emissions by 2030

How could AI save puffins?

Energy company SSE has partnered with Microsoft to monitor puffin numbers around the Scottish coastline

Major green energy infrastructure projects to power New York City

Combined, they will produce around 18m MWh of renewable energy per year, enough to power more than 2.5m homes

Mind the hydropower gap!

A 300GW hydropower gap ‘could undermine the fight against global warming’, according to a new report