To compare the energy consumption for electricity from noncombustible renewable sources with other energy sources, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) is offering two approaches: the fossil fuel equivalence approach and the captured energy approach.
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The REN21 comprehensive review of nations around the world found that, in 2018, Germany had the third-highest total renewable-power capacity, after China and the US.
GE Renewable Energy, investors Partners Group and CWP are set to build first Cypress Platform wind farm in Australia.
British experts from academia and industry joined their Chinese counterparts for the 2nd UK–China symposium on clean energy utilisation and energy storage.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has has agreed to supply Alfanar, India, for the supply of 206 units of the SG 2.2-122 wind turbines for two wind farms, totalling 453 MW.
The Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) remains the UK’s highest-selling PHEV.
Sales of certain diesel models are in free-fall as Norwegians turn to Tesla and other makers of premium electric vehicles (EV), Rystad Energy finds.
More than 4500 Catholic churches and schools have switched to renewable gas and electricity supplied by British Gas in one of the UK’s largest combined green energy contracts.
According to the EIA, US solar module imports have partially recovered following the imposition of tariffs in early 2018.
Norton Rose Fulbright has announced that it has expanded its renewable energy capabilities in Texas with the addition of partner Becky Diffen and senior counsel Sam Porter to the law firm’s Austin office.