Renewable hydrogen produced from wind in ‘world first’

A French company claims to have produced more than 600kg of renewable hydrogen using an electrolyser powered by a wind turbine

Royal opening for Scandinavia’s ‘largest’ offshore wind farm

Vattenfall’s Kriegers Flak wind farm will boost wind power production in Denmark by 16%

Saudi Arabia’s first wind farm starts producing green electricity

It is predicted to save 988,000 tonnes of carbon emissions and provide enough electricity to power 70,000 Saudi homes

Svevind inks deal for green hydrogen in Kazakhstan

The German developer aims to produce 3m tonnes of green hydrogen a year at farms across Kazakhstan

Europe urged to ban landfilling wind turbine blades by 2025

The European wind industry has committed to reusing, recycling, or recovering 100% of decommissioned blades

Vattenfall granted Dutch subsidies to build ‘Europe’s largest’ E-boiler

It is initially expected to be able to supply around 15% of the heat in the Amsterdam region with renewable sources, including solar and wind power

German steel goes green with wind-plus-hydrogen project

Steel company Salzgitter has partnered with E.ON subsidiary Avacon and Linde to use green hydrogen for iron ore smelting

bp and EnBW selected as preferred bidders for 3GW offshore wind in Irish Sea

Windfarms will occupy sea footprint the size of London and power 3.4 million homes

US wind output hits new heights in December

EIA estimates that wind accounted for 9% of US electricity generation in 2020

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