Morocco needs to invest $30bn to hit 2030 renewable target

A new report from the International Energy Agency calls for the government to increase private investment in clean energy by completing electricity and gas market reforms

Dorset countryside
Contract worth €35m awarded to keep Dorset scenery cable-free

Nexans has been granted the work by Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, the main contractor for the Dorset visual impact provision project

EV charging and energy efficiency to be focus of Scottish infrastructure

The Scottish Futures Trust says high-quality infrastructure is key to providing a strong foundation for sustainable economic growth

Onshore wind farm
UK ‘must repower existing wind farms to bridge energy gap’

RenewableUK warns the UK could lose more than 8GW of onshore wind generation if ageing sites are not upgraded with bigger and better turbines

Electricity pylons and renewables
‘There is a vital need to change the way we use energy’

Energy UK says the sector must be transformed to deliver better results for customers through the use of next-generation technologies

Glass furnace
Slovenian glass factory sees a window to a cleaner future

GEN-I has set up a solar plant to produce hydrogen fuel for Steklarna Hrastnik’s glass furnaces

SC Johnson freshens up energy use with geothermal heat and cooling

The manufacturer of household cleaning supplies expects the move to save around 62% of its energy usage

Smart energy system
Four new smart energy demonstrator projects launched across UK

The £102.5 million Prospering from the Energy Revolution Challenge aims to provide cleaner, cheaper and more resilient energy for consumers

Regulators team up to support water infrastructure projects

The new alliance brings together Ofwat, the Environment Agency and Drinking Water Inspectorate to follow a range of projects for inter-regional water transfer and other joint projects

Italy to lead new-build underground gas storage capacity up to 2023

Analysts expect the nation’s 14 planned and announced facilities will make up 35% of European installations over the period