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Will skills gaps worsen inflation pressures?Will skills gaps worsen inflation pressures?
More than 30million extra people need to start working in renewables by 2030 if the world is to make a shift to cleaner energy, research has said.
Will Mingyang disrupt non-Chinese markets?Will Mingyang disrupt non-Chinese markets?
China reinforced its position as the world’s largest offshore wind market in the first half of 2022.
Will the US overtake Europe on hydrogen?Will the US overtake Europe on hydrogen?
“Europe’s hydrogen sector is at a precipice.”
Turbine with bright blue skyAustralia poised for offshore wind rushAustralia poised for offshore wind rush
It has been a tumultuous few months in Australia.
France: Will crisis response aid investors?France: Will crisis response aid investors?
France announced emergency measures in late July to help renewable energy developers. But what are they and will they work?
UK: Back to the future with Liz and RishiUK: Back to the future with Liz and Rishi
On 5th September, the UK’s Conservative Party is set to confirm who has won the race to be the new prime minister.
Aerial TurbinesWill historic us act help Duke's green sale?Will historic us act help Duke's green sale?
This has been a momentous week for the US renewables sector.
Turbines on HillWind cannot be complacent about ESGWind cannot be complacent about ESG
In a world of broken climate promises and missed emissions targets, investors in wind energy have moral certainty.
3 questions for European wind in H23 questions for European wind in H2
Europe’s summer holiday season is now in full swing – and those in its energy sector would be forgiven for craving a break more than usual this year.
Germany seeks to fix Merkel's mistakesGermany seeks to fix Merkel's mistakes
This month, Germany’s Bundestag approved legislation that promises the largest expansion of renewables in the country’s history.