The latest renewable energy news from The Renewable Energy Institute.

Working in partnership with the United Nations (UNEP) and major universities, the REI is an independent professional body that promotes best practice in renewable energy and energy efficiency through renewable energy training courses and global conferences.

Portugal’s Solar and Hydrogen Capacity Goals for 2030 Set to Double

Portugal’s aims to be fully carbon neutral by 2045 have been ramped up this week, [...]

Humid Air into Renewable Energy – Is Tesla’s Theory a Solution to the Climate Crisis?

In May this year, a group at the University of Massachusetts confirmed they had successfully [...]

UK Approves Development of One of the Largest Solar Farms in the Country

Longfield Solar Farm, in Terling, Essex, was given approval for development this week by the [...]

China’s Wind and Solar Energy Boom Could Be Key in Fight Against Climate Change

China’s wind and solar power installations are growing at a rate that would increase global [...]

UK No Longer World Leader in Fighting Climate Change

According to The Climate Change Committee (CCC), the UK has lost it’s leadership role in [...]

World Deforestation Reduction Pledge Currently Not Achievable by 2030

According to new research, the Glasgow Declaration (signed by world leaders at COP26 in 2021), [...]

Maritime Transport Emissions Could be Halved By 2030, Research Finds

Maritime transportation could see a drastic reduction in its greenhouse gas emissions whilst still maintaining [...]

Marine Life Biodiversity Treaty Agreed by the UN

The first ever treaty to protect marine life biodiversity on the high seas was adopted [...]

London Weather to Become as Hot as Southern France if Climate Crisis Continues

The Met Office has warned that should the current climate crisis continue, London will become [...]

UK Oil Drilling Challenge Could Be the End of Fossil Fuel Projects

A court case challenging oil drilling projects in the UK has begun today, 21st June [...]