India’s ReNew Power commissions 300MW onshore wind farm

The project will provide renewable power to the states of Haryana and Orissa at a wholesale rate, lower than electricity generated through conventional thermal power plants in the region

GMB Union: ‘British Gas engineers face mass sackings on 1st April’

GMB Union said engineers were told they had to accept a 15% pay cut by 12:00 yesterday or face being fired

Next-gen electric trucks and hydrogen buses secure £54m government funding

The three projects are expected to support nearly 10,000 jobs across the UK and save 45m tonnes of carbon emissions, equivalent to the emissions produced by 1.8m cars over their lifetime

UK unveils major blueprint to spend £1bn to cut emissions from industry, schools and hospitals

The new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy sets the vision for the world’s first low carbon industrial sector, slashing emissions by two-thirds in just 15 years

GE Renewable Energy unveils plans for new UK blade manufacturing plant

LM Wind Power will operate the plant which will be dedicated to the production of its 107-metre-long offshore wind turbine blades, a key component of GE’s Haliade-X, the most powerful offshore wind turbine in operation today

Can 250,000 green apprenticeships fix the youth unemployment crisis?

A new report warns if the current youth unemployment rate remains the same for a year, it could cost the economy £39bn

Scotland sets out plan to transform heating in one million homes by 2030

The Heat in Buildings strategy sets out the vision for homes and non-domestic buildings to use low and zero emission heating systems

Nuclear power: Welsh Government signs MoU with Sizewell C Consortium

It could potentially see an investment of up to £900m in the Welsh nuclear supply chain and the creation of up to 4,700 jobs

EDPR granted €112m for two onshore wind farms in Portugal

The wind farms will have a total capacity of 125MW and will support the country’s renewable energy goals

Nearly half a million US clean energy workers unemployed as COVID continues

The 446,000 workers make up around 13% of the total clean energy workforce, according to a new analysis of federal unemployment filings