Tag Archives: Renewable

Solar Costs Plummet as Fossil Fuels are ‘Becoming Obsolete’

Recent research reveals that the cost of solar power has experienced a staggering reduction of [...]

Scotland to Become UK Powerhouse of Wind Energy Production

A recent agreement entered by the Scottish government to aid in achieving its 20GW onshore [...]

Solar Panels In Winter – Newly Invented Coating Allows Solar Energy Functionality In Any Weather

A team of engineers at the University of Toledo in the United States has developed [...]

Radioactive to Renewable – Ukraine’s Plan for Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

In collaboration with a German renewable energy company, the Ukrainian government has initiated a project [...]

Kenya Leading the Way for African Renewable Energy Usage

Kenya is a leading example in renewable energy production, deriving over 70% of its power [...]

Germany Commits to 10 Times More Geothermal Heating by 2030

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and state premier of Bavaria, Markus Söder, visited a geothermal plant [...]

6 reasons why hydropower is the most commonly-used renewable source of electricity

“Hydropower is the forgotten giant of clean electricity, and it needs to be put squarely [...]

Monarch Energy Unveils Plans for Landmark Hydrogen Energy Hub

Monarch Energy, an energy company specialising in decarbonising hydrogen production, has announced their plans for [...]

Solar and Storage Companies Add Over $100 BN to US Economy

Since the passing of the 2022 US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), solar and energy storage [...]

Budget Increased for Saudi Arabian Green Energy Project

Saudi Arabia’s Neom green hydrogen energy mega-project has had its budget increased by 70% this [...]