Researchers from Stanford University have published an article in the Nature Energy journal outlining a new type of battery that could have applications for Continue reading Stanford researchers announce new water-based battery
Investments in wind power across Europe jumped 9% to a total of €51.2 billion in 2017 according to the Financing and investment trends report from WindEurope.
It should be noted that Continue reading European spending on wind power up 9%
In a new first for Scottish wind power, the world’s most powerful wind turbine has been successfully set up off the coast of Aberdeen. The developers, Vattenfall, claim that a single rotation of the 8.8 megawatt turbine generates enough electricity to power an average home for a day.
The larger project, which is named Continue reading World’s most powerful wind turbine completed off Scottish coast
Figures for the first quarter show that Scottish onshore wind turbines generated 44% more electricity than the same quarter last year, which was also a record-breaking period at the time.
The data from WWF Scotland reveals that onshore wind power produced enough electricity for Continue reading Scottish wind power makes great start to year
The National Grid has announced that power generation from British windfarms hit a new high of 14.2 GW on Saturday, March 17. It also Continue reading New record high for British wind power generation
Electricity giant GE has announced plans for its new offshore wind turbine, which promises to be the world’s largest and Continue reading GE announces world’s largest wind turbine
The Hywind floating windfarm off the coast of Peterhead in Aberdeenshire was the first of its kind when it began production in October 2017, but new data from Norwegian Continue reading Hywind floating windfarm exceeds expectations
New stats from industry body WindEurope show that the UK accounted for 1.7 GW of new offshore wind power capacity, which is 53% of the Continue reading WindEurope stats reveal UK built over half of all European offshore wind power in 2017
Windfarm operator Ørsted, which was formerly known as Dong Energy, has announced that its Race Bank windfarm is now ready to generate up to its full capacity of 573 MW.
All 91 of the Siemens Gamesa 6 MW turbines, many of Continue reading Race bank windfarm reaches full power
While a record 2.6GW of onshore wind generation was installed across the UK in 2017, twice the previous record of 1.3GW in 2013, the Continue reading Industry blames government for stifling UK onshore wind power