Howden, a leading global provider of mission critical air and gas handling products has been selected to deliver a hydrogen compression solution to Johnson Matthey, a leader in sustainable technologies, to support commitment to supply leading-edge technologies, equipment and advisory services to the world’s first methanol plant to harness energy from the wind, in Patagonia, Chile.
Nominations for The Scottish Green Energy Awards – the UK’s largest celebration of renewables – open today (July 27).
The intensity of natural resources that offer renewable energy varies every day and also with seasons. Spring blows high winds to scour the deserts and fills rivers with snowmelts. And summer has long sunlit hours, and as the fall transitions into winter, the days tend to shorten.
The future of Samoa's electricity system could go green, a University of Otago study has shown.
In the United States, buildings consume about 75% of the electricity, which implies that they have a huge ability to save energy and decrease the demand on the swiftly changing electric grid.
Hydropower holds exceptional potential as a source of clean electricity. Researchers from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) investigated the role of the Indus basin as a support for global sustainable development and its ability to fulfill energy demands across Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Wind energy is of outstanding importance to the energy transition in Germany. According to the Federal Statistical Office, its share in total gross electricity production of about 24% is far higher than those of all other renewable energy sources.
Two of the world’s leading offshore wind energy companies have today announced their establishment of a partnership to develop floating offshore wind generation sites in Scotland.
The Queensland government is using Australia-made solar panels as it replaces the power systems at its remote National Park facilities.
If we are to reduce net carbon emissions to zero by 2050, we haven’t made a good start – governments, industry and individuals need to do much more, a new study shows.