Policy & Regulation
Avangrid Renewables has announced that Alejandro de Hoz, currently the company’s vice president of Offshore Wind, will take over as President & CEO.
There is significant uncertainty over how much wind energy capacity will grow in Europe over the next five years, according to WindEurope
Biogas, synthetic gas, hydrogen and power-to-X technologies are taking the sector into exciting and uncharted waters – and that means someone needs to navigate and chart a course for the future - Kelvin Ross, editor of Power Engineering International
The growth of industrial production, an increase in employment and positive effects on health, accompanied by a sharp reduction in the associated socio-economic costs: Europe is moving towards an increasingly sustainable future driven by the energy transition.
Europe can potentially generate 100 times the current amount of energy generated, and produce enough power to power the world until 2050, if it were to maximise land use for onshore wind capacity.
Europe & UK
That’s according to a new report by international services giant EY, provided there is substantial investment, smart grid innovation, and improvements in electricity distribution...