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Atlantic Shores plans second offshore wind energy project

The company has not said how many megawatts of power the second project might provide

Oil rises before OPEC+ policy meeting

Brent crude for November delivery added 0.3%, to reach $71.81 a barrel and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude for October also rose 0.3%, at $68.67

Research shows ‘blue’ hydrogen has higher climate footprint

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s dreams of developing a low-carbon hydrogen economy for the UK have been dealt a major blow as a scientific paper reveals so-called ‘blue’ hydrogen has a higher climate footprint than natural gas.

DP Energy and Iberdrola plan three offshore wind farms

An Irish-Spanish joint venture is planning three offshore electricity generating fields that will cost up to €6.5 billion ($7.73 billion), according to industry estimates.

Tesla's energy storage, solar business grows

Tesla on Monday reported $801 million in revenue from its energy generation and storage business

Saranac Lake (US) considers joining CCA

Saranac Lake (New York, US) is considering joining a program - Community Choice Aggregation - that would let its residents and businesses purchase more renewable energy through their monthly bills.

SSE Airtricity to raise NI electricity prices by 9.7%

Energy company SSE Airtricity has confirmed household electricity prices in Northern Ireland (NI) are to rise by 9.7% from August 1.

Energy prices to rise across UK

Energy prices will rise for millions of people across the UK in April, at a time when finances are squeezed.

Norstar teams up with European Energy on green energy in UK

The Government’s historic plans to clean the UK’s energy system and keep bills as affordable as possible have come at a pivotal time for a North Yorkshire renewable energy company.

UK must cut emissions by 78% by 2035 to hit net zero target

The UK must cut emissions by 78 per cent by 2035 in order to hit its target of being net zero by 2050, a new report by the government’s climate advisers has found.