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Wind to ‘supplement’ Australian solar-based green hydrogen project

Australia’s Edify Energy has partnered with Siemens Energy Global to develop a green hydrogen production facility, to be mainly supplied by solar power and supplemented by wind in Queensland, Australia.

Exclusive: Vestas’ cable-stayed rotor achieves ‘technology leap’

The innovative Vestas cable-stayed rotor technology is a novel solution capable of enabling substantial load reductions, rotor modularisation and industry scalability. Eize de Vries explores the benefits and challenges.

GE plans New York assembly line for 6MW onshore wind turbines

GE Vernova flagged the climate-boosting Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) as it announced plans to build a new US manufacturing assembly line for its 6.1MW onshore wind turbines.

The future of renewable energy

Jesper Raakjaer, group chief visionary officer at the Port of Aalborg, and a professor in port development, voices the logistical challenges and possibilities facing the future of renewables, and the roles of circularity and symbioses for effecting a sustainable green transition.

Major developer picks Modvion's wooden turbine towers for future projects

German power giant RWE Renewables is partnering with Swedish start-up Modvion to explore the use of wooden towers for turbines at future wind farms.

UK faces legal threat over 'half-baked' energy security plans

The UK government faced an immediate backlash from the energy industry and climate campaigners alike after announcing its plans to speed the energy transition.