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The latest news and in-depth analysis of wind energy storage, the development of "green" hydrogen, hybridisation, renewable energy markets, power purchase agreements, transmission networks, interconnectivity, substations, supply interruption, and transmission failures.
Lack of manufacturing facilities, US-registered vessels and dedicated ports could cause country to miss federal target, new report warns
Oil and gas contractor to launch new system for producing green hydrogen at offshore wind project off Italy’s Adriatic coast
Covid-19 has delayed consultations with communities along route of a key transmission line – jeopardising wind farm connection
Hong Kong and Australian developers plan world’s largest green hydrogen facility near coast of Western Australia
The UK is still the current global leader in offshore wind, but what does it need to do to reach its 40GW by 2030 target?
French developer and Ceará government sign MoU for 1.2GW offshore wind farm to power hydrogen production in windy northern state
Blame for December 2020 blackout likely to fuel government efforts to hinder Mexican wind sector, analyst believes
Chile aims to become a world leader in cheap green hydrogen production powered by huge wind farms in its remote far south
Part two of our look at the challenges on the road to net zero focuses on grid issues and cross border initiatives to overcome them
Wind energy has much to contribute to the energy transition — exactly how much will depend on government policies
SGRE and Siemens Energy are testing how to produce hydrogen directly from wind turbines, with plans for large-scale offshore trials
Adding storage to renewables is on the rise, as the US leads the way in solar-battery hybrids and wind-battery projects take off in the UK
With nine countries bordering the Baltic Sea, some cross-border projects are in the works, from transmission links to co-developing sites