Clean energy sources accounted for over half of Europe’s primary energy production in 2012, according to data just released by the EU.
A South Australian wind farm that will be the largest in the Southern Hemisphere once built, has been given the go-ahead by the government.
The US Geological Survey has mapped America’s wind turbines, revealing the vast stores of the clean technology to the public for the first time.
India is planning on building the world’s biggest solar plant, which has the potential to triple the country’s solar capacity.
Europe risks losing its foothold as a major competitive renewables market to China and the US if it doesn’t regain leadership on climate and green energy policies.
Cumulative global installed wind power capacity grew 12.4% in 2013 led by China and Canada, according to a new report.
Copenhagen in Denmark has taken the title from Nantes in France to be named Europe’s green capital for 2014.
Renewable energy accounted for more than 37% of America’s new energy generating capacity last year, which is triple the total from traditional fuels.
Retail giant IKEA has made progress against its sustainability strategy for the first time, thanks to record clean energy installed.
An innovative prototype wind turbine has just produced its first electricity, which means the world’s most powerful turbine is now in operation.
The world’s share of renewable energy can meet or exceed 30% by 2030 using technologies that are available today.