Construction has kicked off on what will become the world’s largest offshore wind farm, located in the North Sea.
During the World Economic Forum in Davos the French President Emmanuel Macron announced that all the country’s coal-fired plants will shut down by 2021- 2 years earlier than initially planned.
The EU has announced its plans to invest in 17 electricity and gas projects designed to further the union’s transition to a low-carbon economy.
A research centre in Finland has examined how solar technologies can reduce energy consumption in indoor swimming pools and practice indoor ice rinks, which are among the most energy intensive sport halls.
With the world going through the biggest energy transformation since the industrial revolution, there are well-known and hidden heroes leading the way during this paradigm shift.
Budweiser will put a clean energy label on all its beers brewed in the US after it announced that its entire US-based brewing operations will be fuelled by wind energy.
A new floating solar farm has been granted permission to be built on a reservoir in the Netherlands.
The RE100 group of multinational companies pledging to run entirely on renewable energy has made astonishing progress over the past year.
The Petco Park, home of the California-based baseball team San Diego Padres, has commissioned the construction of the largest solar installation in Major League Baseball setting an example for low-carbon sport.
Nike will be powering all of its North America-based operations with renewable energy sources after it signed a major agreement to procure large amounts of clean power from a giant wind farm in Texas.
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