Renewables provided nearly 97% of new US capacity in first quarter

In March alone, renewables were 100% of new added capacity, according to a report

Looking to sell your electricity?

Do you generate your own renewable electricity? Or are you planning to install renewable power generators to meet your environmental ambitions?

Sinopec set to build ‘world’s largest’ solar-to-hydrogen plant

The Chinese company has set an aim of producing 500,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year by 2025

An insight into Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

A PPA is a contract between a generator and a third party which allows you to sell any excess power you don’t use.

Britain smashes record with grid flexibility up 45% on previous year

A total of 1.6GW has been contracted by national electricity distribution networks this year to date, freeing up this volume of capacity on the networks during peak periods of demand

Synchronous condensers are key to enabling renewable growth – but what are they?

We spoke to Kristina Carlquist, General Manager within ABB’s Synchronous Condensers unit, to find out

‘UK’s solar sector will double by 2030 – but to hit net zero it needs to triple’

The industry body claims 40GW of solar capacity must be in place by 2030 if the UK is to remain on target to reach net zero by 2050

IEA: ‘Recovery in clean energy spending not enough to reach net zero’

The organisation has warned the gap between current investment trends and the required spending on climate mitigation is ‘a critical fault line in the clean energy transition’

Partnership makes waves for tidal energy on Isle of Wight

A new partnership between PTEC and Orbital could bring the Isle of Wight one step closer to producing tidal energy

Giza and juwi strike gold with solar farm contracts in Egypt

The companies will build a solar farm and battery energy storage system at the Sukari Gold Mine, reducing carbon emissions by more than 60,000 tonnes per year