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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.
Projects in Spain and the United Kingdom have been backed by investment of €150 million, creating 700 jobs.
National Grid Ventures and Tennet aim to commission an interconnector project by 2029
BP and Microsoft aim to help each other reach their net-zero carbon goals
Analysts predict radical growth as 200GW of wind, solar and storage capacity are expected to replace decommissioned coal-fired plants in the coming years
Massive renewables growth will require significant investment and create huge challenges for developers, grid operators and policymakers.
Tech giant weighs into renewables, joining big firms committing to sources of clean, renewable energy with the aim of moving supply chains and products closer to carbon neutrality.
Oil and gas services firm Saipem joins the race to install Italy's first major offshore wind project
Wind and solar is providing a growing share of global electricity generation, according to new research, but analysts warn the energy transition is still too slow
Renewables-plus-storage projects in the US will more than treble in the US by the end of 2023, according to new analysis by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Ahead of the publication of the European green deal, a draft version circulated in May suggests further renewables growth will go hand in hand with hydrogen. DNV GL has produced a study on the need for -- and the viability of -- seasonal storage in a future power system with high levels of variable renewable electricity sources (VRES).
Windpower Monthly's brand new section takes a closer look at some of the latest developments in wind, solar and storage hybrids.
Pilot projects across Europe are looking at using renewable energy to push beyond generating electricity. Powering electrolysis to produce "green" hydrogen could help decarbonise transport and heating while using existing offshore infrastructure.
Falling hardware prices and growing investor confidence mean the economic case for wind is stronger than ever.