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Towards data democracy: An energy union beyond 2020

Just two short years ago, Europe and other parts of the world scrambled (some crawled) towards achieving compliance with the Global Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), under threat of heavy fines and hamstrung operations.
Heineken Mexico

Avangrid Renewables announces new president and CEO

Avangrid Renewables has announced that Alejandro de Hoz, currently the company’s vice president of Offshore Wind, will take over as President & CEO.
Wind Europe

Can wind energy make the power industry happy?

Frequency control and grid connection requirements were the recurrent topics at the recent Wind Integration Workshop in Dublin.
Wind Europe

2023 wind energy outlook uncertain – industry must stay focussed

There is significant uncertainty over how much wind energy capacity will grow in Europe over the next five years, according to WindEurope
EU Climate change

Could Brexit cost the EU its climate goals?

According to new research from the UK’s University of Sheffield, that may be the case, with findings suggesting the breakaway from the European Union may potentially weaken regulations.

VW unveils fully-electric ID.3 with 550km range

Volkswagen (VW) has unveiled its long-awaited ID.3 electric car at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor show. VW has called the car the first model of a “completely new generation” of pure electric vehicles (EVs).
Ford EV

Ford reveals “mild hybrid” and 2022 Europe target

Ford has announced that by 2022, more than half the marque’s vehicles sold in Europe will be electric, or at least electrified in some way.

Few sectors of the European Energy Industry are changing as fast as the gas...

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
Enel Foundation Europe

Enel Foundation: socio-economic impacts of energy transition in Europe

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 wind power

Europe’s wind potential is 100 times higher, could power the world

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.